The founder of Glastonbury Festival has unveiled plans to build a £3 million heritage centre to celebrate the history of the town.
Michael Eavis wants to build the attraction at the listed 18th century St Dunstan's House, which is currently lying empty in the town centre.
It would tell the stories of Joseph of Arimathea bringing Christianity to Somerset, the history of Glastonbury Abbey, and the battles of King Arthur and Camelot.
Building houses on a flood plain is always a contentious issue, especially after what happened on the Somerset Levels last winter, but it's nothing new. Archaeologists have been looking at a site at Glastonbury where they did just that, more than 2000 years ago.
Glastonbury Lake Village was built on a man made island in the wetlands and it's been very well preserved.
Archaeologists Bob Croft and Richard Brunning told us more:
Archaeologists have been digging at the site of a 2,200 year old Iron Age settlement in Somerset.
Glastonbury Lake Village is one if Britain's best preserved sites from the era. It was last excavated over a hundred years ago.
The Glastonbury Festival is up and running. 175 thousand people are expected to descend on Michael Eavis's famous farm over the next three days.
As ever, one of the big talking points will be the weather and there is a threat of heavy showers over the Pilton site in the next 24 hours or so.
Our Somerset Correspondent David Woodland, who has experienced many festivals, will be enjoying - and enduring - the festivities along with everyone else.
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A 67-year-old woman has died at Glastonbury festival. Police say she died of natural causes last night, and they are not treating it as suspicious.
A 26-year-old man is in a 'life-threatening condition' after overdosing on the class B drug ketamine at Glastonbury festival.
Police are warning festival-goers of the dangers of taking illegal drugs. The man's family have been informed.
Glastonbury founder Michael Eavis has defended heavy metal band Metallica's headline appearance at Glastonbury.
He claims they have been 'the keenest and most persistent' band ever to play at the festival.