A popular mural on a listed building in Glastonbury is due to be painted over - despite protests from residents.Read the full story ›
Founder of the music festival, Michael Eavis has told ITV that he's in talks with Longleat about moving the event to the Wiltshire estate.Read the full story ›
The recent deaths of pop stars David Bowie and Prince will be marked at this summer's festival.Read the full story ›
Emily Eavis, co-organiser of the annual Glastonbury Festival has tweeted a series of messages following rumours of Glastonbury Festival moving.
For those asking, we're planning a big event elsewhere for 2018 or 2019 but it hasn't even got a name yet so watch this space for more info!
But for now, we are completely focussed on this year's festival and making it the best yet!
Glastonbury's last remaining bank will close its doors for the final time today despite a long running campaign to save it.Read the full story ›
We asked Dr Jo Michelle, an economist from the University of the West of England, why banks are closing in rural towns.
Dozens of people have turned out in Glastonbury high street this afternoon to protest over the closing of Barclay's bank.
It closed its doors for the final time today, leaving the town with only one other bank, Lloyds - but this too, is set to close next month.
Residents of the town have been campaigning to keep at least one of their high street branches.
The Mayor of Glastonbury is to lead a protest when Barclays bank closes its doors for the last time later.
Residents of the town have been campaigning to keep at least one of their high street branches. Two banks have already gone, Barclays makes the third closure and the final bank - Lloyds - will shut next month.
A protest planned for today (Friday 4) is yet another stand in a long campaign to persuade at least one local bank to stay.
Campaigners have already created what they believe is the biggest ever bank queue in the town and created this campaign video:
Barclays and Lloyds say they have branches in nearby Street and fewer customers used them now.
Campaigners fighting the closure of all Glastonbury's High Street banks have created what they believe is the biggest ever bank queue.Read the full story ›
Hundreds of people have protested in Glastonbury High street at plans for two banks to close - meaning there would be no banks left in the town.
Shop traders say it will affect their business but the banks say they do not have enough custom: