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  • 2007 | Glastonbury Festival | Page 18
    beast by Russell Broom A miniature representation of the Pyramid stage by Russell Broom a cow in a tree Obviously by Russell Broom This is the brush used by the unkowing to tar all Glastonbury Festivals by Russell Broom The long saught after white elephant by Russell Broom View from the chill n charge stand It s all a bit wet by Russell Broom It was pretty deep that year

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  • 2007 | Glastonbury Festival | Page 17
    Outside the Bimble Inn ignoring the rain by Dave Parsons Crowd during The Marleys by Steven No camping by Steven My partner now Fiance Pete proposed to me Despite the mud rain this was one of the best experiences i ve ever had by Clare Creel by Leaf fairy a little bit of sunshine by Leaf fairy Green police on patrol by susan up to my knees in it by

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  • 2005 | Glastonbury Festival | Page 4
    Flags at Jazz World stage by NORMAN HOPKINS Field of Avalon by NORMAN HOPKINS Flags at Jazz World Stage by NORMAN HOPKINS Echo and the Bunnymen by NORMAN HOPKINS Man with a log in a pram by LozT Man with a log in a pram by LozT View from Pennard Hill by LozT River camp by LozT The creature from the deep by LozT Pennard Hill by LozT Who needs

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  • 2005 | Glastonbury Festival | Page 5
    Holden the aftermath by richard Holden no worries by richard Holden can you come and pick me up please Mum by richard Holden Thursday Before the storm by Rach Heaven On Earth by Richie Shaw Pyramid Tree by Manda Edwards Deep Puddle by Manda Edwards Other Stage Sunset by Manda Edwards Me and my sister loving the pyramid field by Manda Edwards A cool robot with my friend by Manda

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  • 2005 | Glastonbury Festival | Page 7
    by Andrew Paddling at the Pyramid by Andrew Sunny Wednesday afternoon before the storm by Adam Feeling the flags by lexington A camper s breakfast by lexington Beach Boys bring the sun by Lexington A sea of tents by Lexington A new stream appeared overnight by PaulD Now where did I leave my tent by PaulD Chillin with the girls in ID Spiral by Daniella DV We love flags by

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  • 2005 | Glastonbury Festival | Page 6
    a year a day by BrianJ Not good when your in a different place by BrianJ Best Year of what I can recall o by BrianJ Nobody told these poor people that it had rained by Paul The year that the river ran through Glastonbury on the Friday morning These campers didn t seem to mind however by Paul Sun going down Thursday night before the storm by Malcolm What

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  • 2004 | Glastonbury Festival | Page 4
    the gazebo to strong winds by Sacha The Carrom Cafe in the sunshine by Sacha by Tony by Tony by Tony by Kay Chemical Brothers by Kay by Ed Hicks by Ed Hicks by Ed Hicks by Ed Hicks by Ed Hicks Who cares if its raining by Lee Robinson Euro 2004 England match we lost never mind by Karen Bailey The sun does shine on Glastonbury by PaulD Previous

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  • Tips for parents bringing babies and toddlers | Glastonbury Festival
    is a rain cover for any of them That way when tiredness sets in junior can be comfortably tucked up in a cosy nest of warm blankets but you still remain mobile Our older boy slept like a log in his three wheeler while we watched Jay Z in 2008 no doubt helped by the fact he d spent the day running about in the fresh air having the sensory overload time of his life Children s ear defenders are definitely a worthwhile purchase for use both when they re awake and asleep In fact since Gwyneth Paltrow s kids were seen sporting these ones at Live 8 they ve even had an air of designer glamour about them although they re actually fairly cheap from eBay sellers The only tricky part is convincing your child to wear them although that s obviously not a problem once they re asleep If you re worried about your kids getting lost it s definitely worth writing your mobile phone number on your child s arm in marker pen or pick up a wristband on which to write it from the Kidz Field Dressing them in bright coloured clothing will also help you to spot them in a crowd if they try to wander off If they do get lost tell them to ask for help from someone official another adult with children or at one of the Information Points See the Children s Advice page for more on that If you re coming with other friends with children it s maybe worth planning ahead and arranging a couple of hours where you take the strain for each other it is still nice to get a chance to explore the site without having noses to wipe and bags of kiddie kit to lug around But at the same time you wouldn t bring your children to Glastonbury unless you actually wanted to experience it with them And just wait until you see how much there is geared to entertain them Over in the Green Kids Area at the back of the Green Fields the ever impressive ark The Cadmus plays host to chose your own adventure pirate games for the over fives While at ground level tiny tipis and toddler toys provide a haven from the hectic for the under fives There are also some handy and clean kids only compost toilets And if you need to zone out for an hour or two there are children s films screened at the Pilton Palais Cinema Tent But the Kidz Field is the main draw Open from a pleasingly early 9am and hosting baby changing facilities and children only toilets it s a bona fide children s wonderland There are baby soft play areas and child yoga workshops sand pits and children s circus and theatre acts story telling face painting and arts and crafts And in the midst of it all the mighty helter skelter And none of it costs a penny What

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