Here you can find information about Glastonbury Town Council, its members and its activities. The menu provides links to other useful websites about the town in addition to Council information. The Town Hall is available for hire for events and has a license for weddings. More information here
The reception desk of the Town Council is located in the Glastonbury Information Centre on the ground floor of St Dunstan’s House and is open Mon-Fri 10am-4pm.
Glastonbury is a Fairtrade Town and theTown Council has made a commitment to support Fairtrade and use licensed products with the FAIRTRADE Mark. More Information and a list of Fairtrade establishments here
Glastonbury is now part of the programme which will be completed next year on World Earth Day, producing a framework which will then be rolled out globally. More Info here
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Whatson in Glastonbury?
This weekend brings the Farmers Market, an Occult Conference and the re-opening of St John’s Church. For more info about these and music & talks throughout the week throughout the town see Whatson
Glastonbury Information Centre
The Glastonbury Information Centre houses the Tourist Information Centre, the Pilgrim Reception Centre and the reception desk of the Town Council. It is located on the ground floor of St Dunstan’s House, adjacent to the car park and bus stop. More Info
Glastonbury Mural Trail
The Trail map/leaflet is available for FREE from the Glastonbury Information Centre. More info
Glastonbury Neighbourhood Plan
The Town Council has the opportunity to engage with residents, retailers and business owners on how our town will continue to develop and grow. More information on the website
How Does it work? – A group of local residents volunteer to monitor traffic speeds and then inform the Police. To find out how to become involved click here