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.
Captain James Townley from Glastonbury, served with the Corps of Royal Engineers, died on Friday in Helmand Province.
A tradition that dates back hundreds of years to the reign of James the First is taking place in Glastonbury today.
A sprig from the town's Holy Thorn is to be cut for the Queen. It only flowers twice a year and the cutting will grace the Royal dining table this Christmas.
It's believed the original thorn grew when Joseph of Arimathea, a friend of Jesus, stuck his staff into the ground.
The Hollywood actor John Rhys Davies, who starred in Lord of the Rings, has been in Glastonbury. He spoke of how filming somewhere can put it on the map.
Here he is on The West Country Tonight earlier this week.
Tickets for Glastonbury 2013 went on sale today and sold out in a record one hour forty minutes.
Many would be festival-goers hoping to buy tickets took to Twitter to express their anger after the dedicated See Tickets site repeatedly crashed.
The 2013 Glastonbury Festival will be held from June 26 - 30. The line-up has yet to be announced.
The body of a soldier from Somerset, who died in Afghanistan, will be flown home later.
Captain James Townley, from Glastonbury, was a member of of 21 Engineer Regiment.
He died from gunshot wounds at a British Army base last week. His body will be to RAF Brize Norton this afternoon.
Glastonbury Festival's Michael Eavis gives his reaction to the news that Glastonbury Tor will feature in the opening ceremony of the Olympics.
Glastonbury Tor will feature in next month's Olympic Opening Ceremony. The event will open with a celebration of the British countryside. There will be a replica of the Tor. Farm animals will also feature - as well as real grass, soil and ploughs.
Fourteen stamps have been unveiled beside Glastonbury Tor as part of Royal Mail's A to Z list celebrating famous British landmarks. The letters A to L went on sale last year. Today (Wednesday) you can get your hands on the full collection.