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Lord Grey | Chair of Chalice Well Trust 1968-1993

Charles Cornwall-Legh was Chair of the Trust from the time of Tudor Pole’s death in 1968 until he retired from the post in 1993. Here is an article from The Independent newspaper, 30th October 1989, telling how his claim to the title Baron Grey of Codnor was resolved after 493 years! (Subsequently republished in The[…]Read more…

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‘The Prayer of the Chalice’

I vividly remember when Frances Nuttall gave ‘The Prayer of the Chalice’ card to the Chalice Well Trust. I felt this was a momentous event for her (and us too). It was a kind of completion for her, a coming full circle, a process which took about twenty years from 1961 when she produced the[…]Read more…

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Extracts from the Tor Excavations Booklet

There has been digging at Glastonbury for over half a century – in the Lake Villages, in the Abbey grounds, and more recently on the Tor, the highest point of the ‘island’ of Glastonbury. The current work has been initiated by the Chalice Well Trust. The Chalice Well, just below the Tor, was originally a[…]Read more…

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Chalice Well Trust

Our Trust is in being, and we as Trustees have now assumed our joint responsibility for safeguarding the welfare of the holy Well and the property around it. This task is both important and inescapable. A friendly welcome has been received from the Glastonbury Authorities and residents. Mr. Scott Stokes who is the father of[…]Read more…