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Advice, packing lists and tricks to survive Glastonbury Festival

Glastonbury Festival advice

Oh my goodness, it is practically upon us already and I’m not in the least bit prepared. So I’m going to be very busy getting ready over the next couple of days, and if you are off to Glastonbury Festival, then please read on as I think all of this advice will be useful for you. This is a compilation of the posts and videos I’ve made and altogether they contain everything you need to know!…..

Preparation for Glastonbury festival. Obviously this is the first one to look at. If you haven’t started to wear in your festival boots, then get them on your feet right now!

Glastonbury Festival Packing List. This will be slightly different for everyone, but this list covers the essentials and ideas for extras.

Here’s a video I filmed last year for what to carry around in your bag with you during the day…

And my daughter Rain has just done a brilliant video for tips and tricks and advice for Glastonbury Festival that you may not have thought of before.

And that’s it for now. Like Rain said; please sit down on the loos! If everyone just sat down, there’d be no problems!

If you’re off to Glastonbury Festival this year, have a brilliant time. How can you not really? It’s Glastonbreeeee!

 

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Last July my parents came to stay for a few days and as they are recent members of English Heritage, we looked around for local attractions near me in Somerset. Muchleney Abbey is (unsurprisingly) in the village of Muchelney on the Somerset levels with the nearest town being Langport. It’s in a beautiful peaceful spot, and the perfect location for a picnic, but as we didn’t come prepared, we bought ice creams from the little shop there, and then found a cute place for afternoon tea further down the road afterwards. Although the south cloister is still intact, sadly as usual, Henry VIII is to blame for the ruined state of the rest of the abbey. It is the Tudor Abbott’s house that can be explored properly….

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Emma

I’d love to go to Glastonbury but I really hate camping!!!
Em x
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Helen

That could be a problem! Although if you have the funds there are loads of posh camping options now 🙂

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