Here you'll find features, pictures, thoughts and links about Glastonbury Tor
It's no ordinary hill: people develop personal, profound relationships with it. This has been the case since time began. It's one of the world's prominent sacred sites. Entrance to the underworld
Visiting the Tor activates deep imagery, uplift and inner changes. Transformation.
Watch people trogging up the hill on a day out or seeking something. Then watch them coming down singing, chatting, looking bright, and changed. Power places. Sacred sites.
Why does the Tor have this effect? A few clues are offered here
Glastonbury Tor is home to the King of the Fairies, Gwyn ap Nudd. It is managed by The National Trust