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  1. The Walkabouts in this part of the site are some of my favourite parts of the festival! The grannies on motorised trolleys and Vamos Theatre being particular highlights from past years!
  2. Stu H

    Croissant Neuf 2022

    In 8 years/visits I always seem to struggle to find here, not sure why!
  3. The Watt Bike isn't silent by any means, but my wife downstairs can't hear it and it doesn't bother the kids when in bed in adjacent rooms. It's a notch above my old crappy spin bike, but not much. (when I had an old training bracket thing, I found that very noisey actually!)
  4. I was torn between this and the WattBike. I'm not an uber cyclist, I like a decent 30-40km during the summer and had a spin bike at home to tick over. But I saw a number of boxers raving about WattBike as mixing up their training and a few footy teams used them during lockdowns when they couldn't get to training. I'm two weeks into some decent Zwift rides (3 or 4 a week), weight is coming off, fitness improving rapidly (even though my base level is always decent). Really really impressed. Yep, pricey bits of kit etc, WattBike is about £2k, but I'm going to now ditch my gym membership.
  5. Was there as well. I think the sound system in the Corn Exchange (or O2 now) is miles better than it used to be. I was quite far back and it was loud. I still think some of their tracks are made for open-air festivals!
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    Field of Avalon

    I've missed the feeling of checking out acts on Spotify etc after the line up comes out and finding a gem or two.
  7. You do you, my friend. One of my major loves of Glastonbury is that there is zero judgement of pretty much anything.
  8. Generally pretty fit (I box, cycle, swim), but bought a WattBike and a Zwift subscription last week and it's ramping up my fitness levels already! Doing a near-8-week program ahead of holiday/Glastonbury so I'm a few pounds trimmer and festival-ready! 🙂
  9. Sorry if mentioned but I used to LOVE the Bourbon Blues Bar. Great vibe, always open late with top music (especially on the Thursday). Discovered 2 or 3 amazing things there in 2010/11.
  10. This is a great question! Tough to answer! Wednesday is that awesome 'wow, I'm back here' feeling. Thursday is when things start to liven up a bit, general wandering around and taking in the site again. A few bits to go and see. Friday I always wake up with the "right, here we go" excitement with so much to see and do. Saturday I wake up with the same "wow, still 2 days of this to go". Sunday is always a bit more solemn as it dawns it's reaching an end, but still plenty to do! Overall, probably Friday or Saturday.
  11. They looked incredible in 2009 with The Boss. Saw them once at a torrential rain T In The Park and they were still great! 🙂
  12. Latitude last year was £5.50 or £6 depending on the bar. I expect the same.
  13. Tremendous. Makes them a cert. https://mailchi.mp/crosstownconcerts/warondrugs?fbclid=IwAR2aG8cqm0uIdwIUSmdRL4g3XTnHEDayodFvrg5vUjelQdhjvkaLsG3U1Q8 Brilliant outdoor festival band.
  14. yep, love this place! Great for a late night sausage roll, or if you need bread for soups!
  15. I didn't realise there was a Co-op now - did that come in in 2019? Latitude had one last year and it was very handy.
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