But now here comes Little Witch Academia. I'd seen the 2013 short film of LWA, a kind of Harry-Potter-inspired magic school story, with the interesting addition of Alfred Watkins' ley lines (leys, for the purists). A map shown briefly in that film had suggested a Glastonbury setting to me:
But no location had been mentioned, so I was pleased to see yesterday, when I finally got around to watching the 2017 TV anime spin-off, that it is indeed set in Glastonbury. Not that we can quite read the name of the station where Acco disembarks (and not that Glastonbury actually has a station, for that matter):
Nor does the town look that much like Glastonbury - more a generic Cotswoldy small town, where you can buy delicious potatoes:
However, the Abbey ruins are pretty familiar, jungle creepers notwithstanding:
And the same is true a fortiori of the Tor:
The path up it brings back happy memories from last summer, with Haruka and Eriko:
It turns out that the chapel is actually a portal from which one can ride the ley line straight to Luna Nova Academy:
So, now you know!