Standard tickets for next year's Glastonbury Festival will go on sale at 9am on Sunday 6th October. They will cost £210, with £5 booking.
Mick Jagger has tweeted his excitement for his first ever performance with The Rolling Stones at Glastonbury 2013.
A new 'holy thorn' is to be planted in the centre of Glastonbury this afternoon.
A museum in Somerset which attracts around 30,000 visitors a year is to be given a makeover costing nearly £2m to bring its facilities up to date.
The Rural Life Museum in Glastonbury is especially popular among school parties. But it will be closed for two years while the work is carried out.
Bob Cruwys reports:
Police searching for a missing man are appealing to the public for help.
45 year old Richard Dyson from West Pennard near Glastonbury was last seen visiting his son and daughter in Gloucester yesterday afternoon.
Mr Dyson may be driving a Silver Hyundai Accent and may be wearing a Tesco uniform.
Anyone who has seen him should contact police on 101
Glastonbury Festival has been voted Best Event at the annual Q Awards.
Headliners at this years event were The Arctic Monkeys, Mumford and Sons and the Rolling Stones.
Tickets for next years festival went on sale at the start of the month, and sold out in record timer, in just under one hour and 27 minutes.
Glastonbury Festival organiser Michael Eavis is to open this year's Oxjam Charity concert in Glastonbury. The event which raises money for Oxfam will feature lots of bands including international singers and competitions winners.
– Organiser Gary Smith
The line up is looking amazing, it really is some of the best the area can offer in live music with 12 great acts. Plus we have a great venue in the Red Brick Building and we’re thrilled Michael Eavis can come along and open the event. There’s a real buzz already happening around this and we expect it will be a bustling and lively day that raises lots of money for a good cause”.
The event is being held at the Red Brick Building from 12pm until 11pm. The event is free but all donations collected on the day will go to Oxfam.
Glastonbury has made it into the top five of a list of the coolest brands in the country.
The festival has moved from seventh place to fifth in the 'CoolBrands' lists as voted by consumers.
It trails only behind labels such as Apple, Rolex and Aston Martin.
More than a million people have already applied for tickets for next year's event.
2014 tickets on sale as follows... Thur, 3 Oct - Coach + ticket packages Sun, 6 Oct - Standard weekend tickets Info http://t.co/ueUdrxkxQP
Standard tickets for next year's Glastonbury Festival will go on sale at 9am on Sunday 6th October. They will cost £210, with a £5 booking fee.
Coach and ticket packages go on sale three days earlier, on Thursday 3rd October.
Villagers of Pilton in Somerset, on the doorstep of the Glastonbury Festival site, have been given a new community facility to compensate them for any inconvenience caused by the event. The brand new Skate Park has officially opened this weekend.
One of the oldest surviving medieval kitchens in the world is being restored at Glastonbury Abbey. The 700 year-old stone building survived both the ravages of time and Henry VIII's reformation. It catered for up to 500 visitors at a time.
A Somerset diving group has bought a new boat thanks to the thousands of breakfasts they served up at Glastonbury Festival this year.
Members of Street Divers Sub Aqua Club cooked up a 24-hour breakfast service, with all profits going towards their new £40,000 scuba diving rig.
The club, known as Street Divers, are officially naming the boat at a special ceremony in Street today. Glastonbury Festival organiser Michael Eavis will 'christen' the raft 'Street Diver', not with a traditional bottle of Champagne but instead, with a bottle of Somerset cider.
The new club’s new boat, which was made by a firm based in Yeovil, first saw service at the London 2012 Olympics. It was then used as a safety boat for the sailing events off the Dorset coast.
More about Street Divers Sub Aqua Club here.