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  1. Glastonbury questionnaire

    Hello, Would it be possible for people to fill this survey out for a data collection. The questionnaire is regarding Glastonbury's green initiatives for the years 2014 2015 2016. Cheers and thanks for the help Heres the link https://mmu.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/questionnaire-regarding-glastonburys-green-initiatives
  2. https://mmu.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/questionnaire-regarding-glastonburys-green-initiatives Hello, If you have attended Glastonbury in the past 3 years could you fill in this questionnaire for data collection. Cheers Tasha
  3. If anyone has been to a UK Music Festival in the past 5 years please could you fill out this survey as part of my dissertation research. It’s all anonymous and it doesn’t take any longer than 5 minutes and it would be much appreciated!! Thank you! X https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/JRQNNHV
  4. The Green Gathering 2017

    The Green Gathering will be back in its gorgeous location, just 18 miles from Bristol, 3rd-6th August 2017. New website launched today www.greengathering.org.uk with EARLYBIRD TICKETS £85 from Bristol Ticket Shop until they run out. Just a few acts announced so far - its early days - One Eyed God (punk-ska-reggae), BAAB (Swedish folk with a difference), The Antipoet (cabaret-meets-poetry-meets-punk/folk), Banjo Bill Lloyd (Appalachian, Bluegrass, Irish, and Traveller tunes), Creedy (psychedelic folk) and The Wierdstring Band (a whole lot of strings, humour and an 'anarchist ceilidh'). The Green Gathering usually has a good and eclectic selection of bands across intimate and outdoor stages; and a whole lot of other stuff too. More workshops, debates, crafts, and interesting stuff to engage with than most festivals except the real biggies like Glastonbury... all in a 5000-person festival that's easy to get around and about as friendly and laid back as anyone could hope for. With reasonably priced bars, really good food, loads for families to do, spacious campsites... it's good.

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