DEVON DOWSERS TRIP TO GLASTONBURY- 15th/16th July

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Saturday 15th and Sunday 16th July 2017 (main day)

Free to DD members. Guests and members of other Dowsing groups – £3.

We have been given permission to dowse in Glastonbury Abbey on Sunday 16th July at 10am. The discounted group entrance fee is £5.90.

All fees are payable on the day. Please have the correct money.

On this trip we propose to explore the earth energies of the Mary and Michael Lines as they weave their way around Glastonbury.

In order to do this we are also visiting the Chalice Well gardens (entrance fee £4.30 adult, £3.50 conc.), the White Spring, Glastonbury Tor and Wearyall Hill.

Make your own way there or car share.

As there is so much to see in one day some of us are going on the Saturday and staying over. There are campsites nearby, plenty of B&B’s, and even an ashram!

If you would like to join us please get in touch via the Contact page on this website.

The Admin Team

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