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  • Information for Students | Glastonbury Festival
    Gallery Contact Worthy causes Shop Home Information Information for Students Search Information for Students The Economic Impact Survey from 2007 is available here If you need any further information contact the Festival Office who will be happy to assist you

    Original URL path: http://www.glastonburyfestivals.co.uk/information/educational-resources/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Economic impact survey 2007 | Glastonbury Festival
    the planning of future years John Baker from Baker Associates said We were commissioned by Mendip District Council and Glastonbury Festivals to carry out the study which is one of the first to focus on the overall economic impact of the Festival and to improve understanding of its impacts on various areas of the local and regional economy The study also reports on other areas that are linked to its impact on the economy and how these issues can be looked at in the future to further build on the economic benefits that the Glastonbury Festival could bring to Mendip The report gives the first detailed insight into the Festival the largest of its kind in the UK including the 73m gross impact it has on the UK and international economies The following points are just an insight into some of the figures revealed through the report A crowd of 177 500 people attended the Glastonbury Festival in 2007 with an average spend per person of 293 24 Total spending at the Festival site in Pilton by revellers and traders was about 25 6million and off site spend was about 26 5million giving a total spend of about 52million directly linked to the Festival Estimated spending by Glastonbury Festivals associated with staging the 2007 Festival was 21 2million over the period November 2006 to October 2007 Therefore the gross spend linked to the 2007 Glastonbury Festivals including the Glastonbury Extravaganza and the Equinox Pilton Party was more than 73million Speaking at the press conference held in Pilton s Working Men s Club Cllr Harvey Siggs leader of Mendip District Council said We noticed in the year that we didn t have a Festival that there was an economic impact in the area So we decided last year to quantify the

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  • Traders | Glastonbury Festival
    price and are particularly interested in applications from stalls offering ethically sourced products such as Fairtrade organic local British etc When completing your application please ensure stall and pitch sizes are correct Entry to your pitch would be would be through a gate leading into the back of the market area rather than through the front therefore please ensure the pitch size you give is exact We use the information you give us to plan our market areas and are unable to make changes once space has been allocated Is there anything I am not allowed to sell There is a list of products and services which cannot be sold without prior authorisation This will be supplied upon application How do I apply for a stall on behalf of a charity campaigning organisation The Green Futures Field is home to a number of campaign and charity stalls To apply please complete the relevant traders application form giving as much information about what you do and what you would bring to the Festival including photos sketches There is no electricity in this area and generators are not allowed if you need power to your stall you could look into solar power as a green alternative Also no vehicles are allowed to park within an allocated pitch in this area unless they are an integral part of the stall for example you trade from a boat or a fire engine If your application is successful you will be allocated a short stay pass to allow you to drop your equipment stock to your stall and then park your vehicle in the Festival car park Stalls in this area have a reduced pitch fee When will I find out if I have a pitch We will contact each applicant by the end of

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  • 2015 Trader Awards | Glastonbury Festival
    be a sustainable and organic trader by growing and producing much of their own ingredients and compost most of their own waste on site taking it home to help in their food production Some of the energy is provided by solar power and much of the stall is made out of reusable materials Well done Lorna Chunk Our Gold Prize for the most sustainable non food trader was awarded to Sarah Turner who hand makes beautiful unique lighting sculptures flowers artworks by upcycling waste materials such as plastic bottles cans Sarah s design ethos is that just because a product is made from rubbish it doesn t mean it needs to look like it does There were some amazing items on display and for sale at the festival and we look forward to welcoming Sarah back next year With votes cast by Twitter for the People s Choice Award contenders were Tea Toast Ghandi s Flip Flop Goan Seafood Co Barley Sugar Bake House No Bones Jones Tea Toast were the outright winners serving up delicious snacks throughout the Festival Ben s motto is to keep people well fed on small money and keep the party going Keep it up

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  • 2014 Green Trader Awards | Glastonbury Festival
    commitment to tell their customers about making their food sustainably whilst Vonny Bee create bee products including a bee pollen remedy for hayfever They source recycled glass jars and all products are homemade Silver Awards were given to the Pembrokeshire Beach Food Company and ASbEaU who sell upcycled homeware and accessories The Greenpeace Award for best trader in the Green Fields was awarded to Buddhafield Café who serve a variety of vegan food and have created their own recycling station Once considered an invasive species Crayfish Bob have created a green food source from the fish and this won them the Sustainable Food Award The Ethical Trade Award went to Fairground whose handmade crafts are all labelled to let customers know who had made them and where the money goes The NCASS Award for Energy Efficiency went to Ooh La La a fully gluten free café running on biodiesel and working directly with coffee producers to fund schools With votes cast via Twitter The Ethical Chef won the People s Choice awarded serving up a very popular vegetarian chili alongside their foraged and seasonal produce Throughout the week traders were surveyed according to a variety of criteria including energy efficiency

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  • 2013 Green Trader Awards | Glastonbury Festival
    and sustainable food as well as the big ones Gold and Silver one each for a food and non food stall And the winners in 2013 were Gold Food Award Fat Belly next to Croissant Neuf stage Silver Food Award The Grill next to the Acoustic Tent Gold Non Food Award Miss Katie Cupcake Circus Field Silver Non Food Award Foliklo West Holts These were our other award winners Sustainable

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  • 2011 Green Trader Awards | Glastonbury Festival
    s Gold Award for food went to last year s runner up No Bones Jones who do vegetarian and vegan food They commented It s a pleasure to be here just to be part of this fantastic event We ve worked on this for twelve months and it s really inspired us to make changes even at home The Silver Award for food went to The Chai Shop who commented Thanks we ve done it It s very nice to be acknowledged for what we re doing we ve been doing it for ages It s also great that Glastonbury recognizes people who put in the effort to be green Withintent were the lucky winners of the Gold Award for non food for having an incredible concept for reusing old tents They said It s just been brilliant It s been a wonderful experience I came up with the idea at Glastonbury two years ago to do something with the mess We love being here more and more people are buying our stuff that s what Glastonbury is all about style with a conscience Silver Award for non food went to Global Lanterns who offer ethical lanterns Speechless Nicely shocked We re delighted and surprised We do our best to do things ethically and support reducing our carbon footprint Thank you very much for choosing us Manic Organic picked up the Soil Association Award for their efforts using organic produce It s great obviously to be recognized It s many years we ve been doing this We re passionate about our food consistency and people keep coming back time and time again The Fairtrade Award went to Love Zimbabwe To me fair trade is life It s the whole life of my people It s helping the people of Zimbabwe

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  • 2010 Green Traders Awards | Glastonbury Festival
    or recycled and any other ethical criteria they proactively used to reduce their impact on the environment 2010 winners and runners up The prestigious Gold Award for food went to Fresh Organic who do popular Fairtrade organic healthy food with a smile They commented We re completely speechless we really believe in the food we sell No Bones Jones picked up the Silver Award for food for cutting his energy usage and doing everything he could to reduce his carbon footprint In Jones s own words I have worked really hard for 10 years to get greener there is more to do and will keep going the only way forward is to use less Cascada were the lucky winners of the Gold Award for non food for having minimal impact in terms of their stall and for close relationships with artisans and workers in Ecuador and Colombia They said We love being here more and more people are buying our stuff that s what Glastonbury is all about style with a conscience Silver Award for non food went to Skrunch who up cycle old clothes into beautiful new ones Yam the Cassava won the Fairtrade Award for using Fairtrade rice

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