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Homeland guide to Glastonbury, Somerset

Homeland guide to Glastonbury, Somerset

the official guide


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Published by The Homeland Association in Cheltenham .
Written in English

Edition Notes

Statementissued with the authority of the Glastonbury Borough Council and the Glastonbury and District Chamber of Commerce.
ContributionsGlastonbury. Borough Council.
The Physical Object
Pagination36p. :
Number of Pages36
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20198556M

THE heartfelt gratitude of the first Syrian refugees taken in by Taunton Deane reduced a vicar to tears. Mr H, his wife and their children were the first of two vulnerable Syrian families to be Author: Somerset County Gazette Staff.   GLASTONBURY, England — The Dalai Lama, exiled spiritual leader of Tibet’s Buddhists, visited Europe’s biggest green-field music festival Sunday, saying he had witnessed a sense of joy among.   Doctors sometimes received patients who thought their ailments – from epilepsy to tuberculosis – were ultimately caused by witchcraft. 15 A few medics even felt they were competing for clients with so-called ‘white-witches’. 16 Addressing a branch meeting of the British Medical Association in , a physician from Somerset outlined Cited by: 2.   The Glastonbury and Somerset legends involve the boy Jesus together with his Uncle, Joseph of Arimathea building Glastonbury´s first wattle and daub church. These legends gave rise to the continuing cult of the Virgin on the site of the present Lady Chapel and inspired the title ´Our Lady St. Mary of Glastonbury,´ which is still used today.

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