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A sacred energy portal

I've been here three times with a scholar and guide name Phil D, who once guarded the shrine of... read more

Reviewed 29 October 2017
Sharon P
For the enthusiast, not the standard tourist

Bride's Mound is, a first glance, a field tucked away behind the industrial estate and next to the... read more

Reviewed 3 November 2016
Jonathan G
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29 Oct 2017
“A sacred energy portal”
3 Nov 2016
“For the enthusiast, not the standard tourist”
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Opposite side of Street Road | Next to Glstonbury Skate Park, Glastonbury, England
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Reviewed 29 October 2017

I've been here three times with a scholar and guide name Phil D, who once guarded the shrine of Mary Magdalene that was set up at the St. Margaret Chapel and Mary Almshouses.. He told our group that on Brides Mound once stood a wood...More

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Reviewed 3 November 2016

Bride's Mound is, a first glance, a field tucked away behind the industrial estate and next to the sewage works. It is actually a fascinating spot for the archeologist, the local historian and for devotees of Bride / St Bridget of Kildare, but it will...More

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Reviewed 21 September 2016

Not a lot to see obviously but if you read about the history before you go it makes the experience more meaningful.

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Reviewed 29 July 2016

A lovely little hill,next to a community centre filled with yoga,art,organic shop,cafe,and local radio station.....pity it's all next to the local sewage works

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Reviewed 18 May 2016

To find this hill you need to go being The Red Brick Building at the entrance to Glastonbury. Not much to see just an interpretation board, near the travellers!!

Thank Bikelovertoo
Reviewed 1 January 2016

A magical and mystical place, so much local history here, a little tucked away, but this isn't a bad thing. lovely in the summer.

Thank Susan P
Reviewed 3 May 2015

The Western Isle of Avalon is Brides Mound and the recently planted orchard is in flower. A picturesque addition to this fabulously interesting little hill, the ancient entrance to the sacred islands that now are called Glastonbury.

Thank JAINE R
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