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  • NHS Blood and Transplant | Glastonbury Festival
    need 200 000 new blood donors this year and every year to keep up with demand Which is why we re here at one of the world s best festivals We re inviting you to come along sign up to be a blood donor and then have a bit of fun doing your thing and being this year s headline act on our specially constructed Drop Stage We re very

    Original URL path: http://www.glastonburyfestivals.co.uk/worthy-causes/nhsbt/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Pilton Tithe Barn | Glastonbury Festival
    building Said Michael Eavis I would have to say that this is one of the things I have done in my life that I am most proud of The barn belongs to the village and it is very satisfying to know the Festival has put something back into Pilton I was born here and used to play in the rafters when I was about 10 but always wanted to restore

    Original URL path: http://www.glastonburyfestivals.co.uk/worthy-causes/pilton-tithe-barn/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Local benefits | Glastonbury Festival
    past 20 years Michael Eavis has arranged the Pilton Party which attracts top acts seeking a spot at the following year s Festival Villagers run the bar at the Pilton Party with all proceeds from the event going to the village show and to other village ventures In 2007 the Pilton Party generated some 15 000 for the Village Show committee and 30 000 for the Village Hall Pilton village is kept clean and tidy as Michael Eavis employs staff all year round to litter pick tidy verges clear streams and ditches remove graffiti paint the bus shelter and so on There are many other local benefits directly arising from the Festival the extent of which are difficult to quantify A vibrant tourist industry is central to the economic well being of Somerset Having the internationally known and respected Glastonbury Festival as part of the county s portfolio of attractions is a tremendous benefit The high international profile of the Festival results in some 700 of the world s media coming to the Festival and providing coverage in their different countries The British Council invite promoters from all over the world to the Festival and the Festival provides information for British Embassies overseas Many tourists only know about the area because of the profile of the Festival Festival income underwrites the Musical Extravaganza held at Glastonbury Abbey which has brought people and therefore business into the area every year since 1996 It is a highlight in the local calendar During every Extravaganza weekend Glastonbury town is buzzing with many concert goers spending the whole day and in some cases the whole weekend in the town This annual event has only broken even twice in the past 11 years You can read more about the Extravaganza here Accommodation Glastonbury Shepton Mallet and Wells Tourist Information Centres have about 250 hotels and bed and breakfasts on their books Many other households are known to take in people during the festival Together it is estimated this amounts to in excess of 3 000 people paying for accommodation locally during the festival period People tend to stay between two nights and five nights sometimes longer spending between 50 and an amazing 3 000 per head Ticket holders bring over 40 000 vehicles to Glastonbury Festival In addition contractors crew and performers arrive by vehicle Many use local garages for fuel Even assuming the average amount spent per vehicle on fuel is only 15 per vehicle the total spent by Festival traffic on fuel in Somerset would be in excess of half a million pounds Local garages also increase their revenue by towing cars and carrying out repairs Local shops restaurants and pubs enjoy a significant increase in trade over the Festival period Festival staff security personnel and the fence crew start setting up the site over a month before the Festival and remain for a similar time afterwards They consistently use the amenities in the village and surrounding towns Somerset s November Illuminated Carnivals

    Original URL path: http://www.glastonburyfestivals.co.uk/worthy-causes/local-benefits/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Official Media Partners | Glastonbury Festival
    Search Official Media Partners BBC The BBC s dedicated website which provides loads of information about the Festival as well as their broadcasts from the site The Guardian The Guardian has a close association with the Festival and has a dedicated web page for all its Glastonbury coverage featuring all the latest news interviews reviews picture galleries and blogs Q Magazine Q Magazine and other publications from Bauer provide coverage

    Original URL path: http://www.glastonburyfestivals.co.uk/links/official-media-partners/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Worthy causes | Glastonbury Festival
    Contact Worthy causes Shop Home Links Worthy causes Search Worthy causes Glastonbury Festival retains its ethos as a positive force for change both locally and internationally The major causes supported by Glastonbury Festival are as follows WaterAid Oxfam Greenpeace Back

    Original URL path: http://www.glastonburyfestivals.co.uk/links/worthy-causes/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Other sites of interest | Glastonbury Festival
    Info Line up Areas History Gallery Contact Worthy causes Shop Home Links Other sites of interest Search Other sites of interest Glastonbury Police The home of policing at Glastonbury Festival 2011 This Is Somerset Local news and weather Pilton com The website of the Festival s local village Seed Bean Suppliers of ethical sustainable chocolate to the Festival Virtual Festivals eFestivals Glastonbury FM Back to top Links Official Media Partners

    Original URL path: http://www.glastonburyfestivals.co.uk/links/other-sites-of-interest/ (2016-02-13)
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  • 2015 | Glastonbury Festival
    Puff the magic Dragon by Steve Long Something u don t c everyday by Steve Long by Kiera The blues by Kiera careless by micha3l your morals by micha3l penny for em by micha3l Michael a true gent by Stephen wetherell excersize time by mr afwo happy days a plenty see you next year by mr afwo stunning work by mr afwo Wednesday sunset by mr afwo breakfast time by

    Original URL path: http://www.glastonburyfestivals.co.uk/gallery/gallery-2015/ (2016-02-13)
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  • 2014 | Glastonbury Festival
    My Glastonbury girls by Cherie larkin The sun is finally out by Steph Murphy chai at thali cafe by Ali Akbar my tent by Ali Akbar when it rains it usually rains by Ali Akbar view from the top by Ali Akbar war on drugs by Ali Akbar lana del rey by Ali Akbar Michelle getting the beer in by richard lindley relaxing at the acoustic tent by richard lindley Arcadia has landed by Jonathan Finch Pot of Gold All rainbows lead to the pyramid by Jonathan Finch Stone Circle by Jonathan Finch Glasto Stones by Jonathan Finch The Beast Arcadia by Sophie Smith We all remember the storm by Smarty The Circle The Farm and The Festival by Smarty Looking back on The Park from behind Worthy Farm by Smarty Acoustic and Glebelands from The Park hill by Smarty Three icons of the Festival by Smarty Taking in THAT view of Worthy Farm now the best Festival waiting to go off by Smarty The Ribbon Tower no need to add ice to chill here Music provided by The Rabbit Hole by Smarty The The Rabbit Hole behind Ribbon Tower so now you know in case you didn t by

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