Mocking the Glastonbury Christmas Tree 

Glastonbury has an ever-growing calendar of seasonal celebrations, but there is one event that is guaranteed to bring everyone, from the born and bred local to the newest incomer, together in joy and merriment. That is the yearly ritual of mocking the Town’s Christmas Tree.

Debbie De Mornay Penny

Debbie De Mornay Penny Artwork

A chat with Debbie De Mornay Penny, illustrator of ‘Normal For Glastonbury’ about drawing, dressing up, and what she loves about living in Glastonbury.

Glastonbury Book News

Normal For Glastonbury Books

Just published – The ‘Crap Views of the Tor’ Postcard Book. Plus, the ‘Normal For Glastonbury’ paperback is now available worldwide.

Glastonbury Town Takes Vegan Pledge

Vegan Glastonbury

Glastonbury Town is the first town in Britain to sign the Vegan Town Pledge, intending to go fully vegan by 2023.

Self-Publishing My Glastonbury Book

Notepad and book

Self publishing my Normal for Glastonbury book was quite a learning curve, here’s some advice for aspiring writers or anyone interested in the process,

Crap Views of the Tor

Glastonbury Tor from Industrial Estate

Of all the stuff I post on the Normal For Glastonbury Facebook page, my ‘Crap Views of the Tor’ series has been the most surprising success. In fact it seems that people love the idea so much they’ve been submitting their own to the page. Here are a few of my favourites.

Glastonbury Town by Andy Brady

Glastonbury Town montage by Andy Brady

Origins Ask any resident of the English town of Glastonbury where they are most likely to be living, and many of them will quickly tell you that Glastonbury is very high on their list of number one answers. What is it about this particular town that draws so many of its citizens to count themselves … Read more

Un-Avalon – Crap Postcards of Glastonbury

Glastonbury Tor in the Mist from the Industrial estate

Many moons ago I spotted Glastonbury Tor from the Levels out towards Shapwick. What would have been a picture postcard perfect scene was ruined by a large and unsightly, rusting piece of peat processing machinery. I took a photo anyway. Since then I’ve got into the perverse habit of deliberately taking the kind of photos that would never make it into a Glastonbury tourist guide.

Halloween in Glastonbury

Glastoween by Andy Brady

Another in Andy Brady’s uselessly informative posts. This one is all about Halloween, when the veil between the worlds is thin and the squirrels are ferocious.