St Michael's Chapel  Wells
Somerset BA6 9DU
 
 
 

On Glastonbury Tor was the significant, from the Christian point of view, discovery of the head of a cross and what are thought to be monastic cells cut into the rock on the summit of the Tor (c. 900-1100 AD).

A Charter of 1243 giving permission for a fair to be held in the Monastery of St Michael on the hill confirms the existence of monastic dwellings.
 
The monastery and St Michael’s Chapel on the Tor were strongly associated with the great Glastonbury Abbey in Glastonbury Village down below.
 
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