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  • By car | Glastonbury Festival
    signed off the A37 follow the purple patches on the road signs The worst time to arrive by car is between 7am and 2pm on Wednesday In 2010 at peak times the A39 queue to get into car parks took several hours while it took less than an hour for those travelling on the A37 Where you park Most people want to park as near as possible to the pedestrian entrances because they feel they have a lot to carry or are old or young or pregnant or ill or just tired Unfortunately it can t work like that The choice you make is which side of the site to approach from and after that it depends which field the stewards are filling at that time It s really down to luck whereabouts in the car park you end up Check where you are parked before you leave the car park Use the cards provided by the AA to note the route colour and car park number Trying to find a car amongst the thousands parked can be a nightmare Look for the flag with the car park number and remember the position in the field Some of the car parks are over half a kilometer from site so be prepared to carry your kit a fair distance both in the car parks and on site Leaving and returning to the car park during the Festival It is possible to leave the car park and return during the Festival The cars are parked in rows with decent turning space in between the rows and the car pass works each time you enter Most likely you will be parked in a different place on your return though Leaving the Festival The worst times to leave by car are on Monday between 8am and 5pm when there can be long delays of up to 9 hours to leave the car parks Beat the queues by leaving between 1am and 7am on Monday morning if you can get up The Festival is doing everything possible to reduce queuing but there is only so much capacity on the roads If you need to be anywhere on Monday leave early and have plenty of water and food as you will queue When leaving the festival please be aware that journey times on the A39 back to the M5 can be a couple of hours and on the A37 to Bristol can be up to 4 hours Over the past few years the best route for exit has been south on the A37 to the A303 and then east to the A34 for the Midlands and North or onto the M3 for London Also consider using the A361 towards Frome and then the A350 towards Swindon to get to the M4 from there pick up routes to the Midlands North and East The festival traffic plan will direct vehicles from each parking area in different directions to reduce the volume on each route The Festival licence

    Original URL path: http://www.glastonburyfestivals.co.uk/information/getting-here/by-car/ (2016-02-13)
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  • By campervan / caravan | Glastonbury Festival
    causes Shop Home Information Getting here By campervan caravan Search By campervan caravan For full information on campervans caravans at Glastonbury please click here Back to top Information Getting here Drop and collect point Maps By coach By train By

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  • By motorbike | Glastonbury Festival
    motorbike compound security staff will fill in a slip with your bike details on colour number plate make model etc and you park it up This slip enables you to re enter the compound to get the bike out There are lockups available once inside the Festival site if you don t want to leave your helmet chained to your bike If arriving on two wheels make sure you don

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  • By Air | Glastonbury Festival
    Ryanair 0541 569569 British European 0990 676676 National Express runs coach services from Heathrow Airport directly to the Festival Return tickets must be pre booked and are available online here There is also a regular bus link from Bristol airport called the Bristol International Flyer which can take you from the airport to Bristol Temple Meads railway station Regular buses go from Temple Meads to the Festival Bus Station on

    Original URL path: http://www.glastonburyfestivals.co.uk/information/getting-here/by-air/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Car Share | Glastonbury Festival
    reducing carbon emission and congestion Why is it good for drivers GoCarShare will connect you with people who want to head the same way As well as helping people get to the Festival it helps you travel greenly and share your travel costs What to do if you are driving If you are driving to Glastonbury this year head to the GoCarShare site and add your journey details with an estimate of when you think you ll be travelling Wait for potential passengers to message you and request to travel with you Once the journey has been confirmed they will prepay for a seat in your car with the money being transferred to you after the journey has been completed What to do if you need a lift If you need help getting to Glastonbury head to the GoCarShare site and search for journeys from your departure location You ll find a list of drivers travelling from nearby Message the ones that you think are appropriate Make sure that you book a journey and prepay for the journey to ensure that your seat is guaranteed If you need a lift back home The GoCarShare team will once again be based

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  • Accommodation | Glastonbury Festival
    included in your ticket price from Wednesday night until Monday morning But others choose to bring their campervan caravan or to stay in one of the Festival s legendary Tipis Please note that no sleeping camping or fires are allowed in the car parks Since 2013 we have also introduced an official off site pre erected camping area Worthy View Wherever you choose to sleep we d heartily recommend that you check out the packing list in the Advice section of the website for tips on what to bring with you UNOFFICIAL OFF SITE CAMPING As a consequence of our popularity there has been an increasing demand for unofficial off site camping Some of these sites have done a good job by being fairly priced and well managed Unfortunately this is not true for them all and I have had to bear the cost of some of these outfits who have made off with the money they ve received but not provided the camp sites I want to warn anyone who might be spending their money on these sites that we are not responsible for them and cannot guarantee that they won t let you down If you would like

    Original URL path: http://www.glastonburyfestivals.co.uk/information/accommodation/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Camping | Glastonbury Festival
    close to the west car parks just over the concrete road and a very short walk to the main site and entertainment areas There was also a new Family Camping area on the north west of the site at Wicket Ground again you can see that on the Fine Guide map Camping tips BBQs can cause carbon monoxide poisoning when left in your tent Never put them in an enclosed space even after they appear to have gone out For more info click here Campsite stewards have a base in every camping field Check out where the nearest one is to you They can direct and advise you and are first port of call in an emergency be it a medical or security issue It is worth noting where you camp in relation to a numbered Fire Point or other fixed point or clearly marking your pitch with a flag It can be a nightmare to find your tent without a recognisable landmark Please do not take up too much space when setting up camp And please please do not bring a gazebo They needlessly take up valuable camping space and there are plenty of more interesting places to sit at the Festival than just outside your tent Say hello to your neighbours to build a community feeling and provide greater security Look after each other and if someone is feeling ill get help Remember that tents are very vulnerable even zipped up Padlocks scream I have something worth nicking in here If you re worried about something being stolen don t leave it in your tent Essential valuables can be left at the free 24 hour Property Lock ups which are prominent around the site They also provide free loo rolls and soap They are marked on Festival maps

    Original URL path: http://www.glastonburyfestivals.co.uk/information/accommodation/camping/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Worthy View pre-erected camping | Glastonbury Festival
    bags The Worthy View car park is in a dedicated field a short walk from the accommodation In order to make an accommodation booking you must already have a valid ticket booking for Glastonbury 2016 Prices do not include Festival tickets Everyone who wishes to stay at Worthy View must have a valid Festival ticket All prices are for five nights Wednesday June 22nd to Sunday June 26th inclusive Accommodation bookings for Worthy View will be taken by the Festival s nominated booking agency Seetickets from 12 noon Thursday 29th October 2015 Please note some structure types have very limited availability and are expected to sell out very quickly To make a booking you will be required to enter the registration number you used when booking your Festival ticket Please note you will need to present this ticket on arrival when checking in at your accommodation at Worthy View You may book up to 2 units of accommodation per booking Car parking tickets for Worthy View will also be available to book when making an accommodation booking Please note that if you wish to park at Worthy View you must buy a Worthy View Car Park Ticket not a general

    Original URL path: http://www.glastonburyfestivals.co.uk/information/accommodation/worthy-view-pre-erected-camping/ (2016-02-13)
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