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Glastonbury Festival Site – March 09

Glastonbury Festival behind the scenes

We took a walk to the  site last Sunday when the sun was shining, and here’s a few photos.

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A planning permission sign near the site.

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Lots and lots of bins. And there was another pile this big as well!

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These must be the VIP loos. Ours don’t look like this.

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Flagpoles and firewood.

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The Pyramid Stage

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A new building next to the Kidz Field. I don’t recognise it; do you?

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This is the start of something next to it. I wonder what it will be?

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The meeting point.

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Half an aeroplane and a weird space pod thing amongst the trees. I’m guessing it’s a storage space for Trash City.

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