Some links to local guides, establishments and retailers which you might find useful when visiting Glastonbury. These are my recommendations only and I am not being sponsored for sharing these with you. We like to help each other out here.


(From the website):

"We invite you to explore the historic spiritual and metaphysical sites and majesty that is Avalon. Steve and Flo are experienced and knowledgeable local guides, and we look forward to welcoming you to magical Glastonbury…also known as the Isle Of Avalon and other ancient names."

Open every Tuesday from 10:00 to 16:00 at The Assembly Rooms on High Street, Glastonbury this is a cavern of many creative delights. All sorts of arts, crafts and treasures are made by locals and this is a great showcase for local talent. The market runs from March until December, with occasional Saturday openings corresponding with special town festivities throughout the year.

Vicki Steward's popular local blog about living for 23 years (and counting) in "the oddest town in England" will give you an insight into the lives, loves and eccentricities of local life. Hopefully it won't put you off visiting!


When buying printed goods and art prints it can be a tough decision sometimes to make a final choice. Thankfully there are retail outlets here in Glastonbury where you can buy my work and see it in person (apart from my weekly appearance at Glastonbury Indoor Market that is). The current stockists are listed below:

Glastonbury Galleries  10A High Street, Glastonbury [framed prints, mounted prints, calendars and greeting cards]

Yin Yang  10 High Street, Glastonbury [mounted prints and greeting cards]

Lady Of The Silver Wheel  13 Market Place, Glastonbury [greeting cards]

Dicketts Of Glastonbury  6 High Street, Glastonbury [greeting cards]

Chalice Well Shop  85-89 Chilkwell Street, Glastonbury [greeting cards]