Back to Leeds by 2pm - Nice easy drive home considering it being a Monday morning rush hour near enough.
Weather was about as good as it gets, fantastic as others have said it made Chems even more incredible.
The fact they even got a festival sorted in the timescale under such uncertainty (Especially as similar sized festival in Kendal Calling cancelled)
The food offerings were diverse and delicious in the main part.
As ever it felt incredibly secure and safe, happy to leave things in tent and chairs/tables out etc.
Even though it wasn't a great line up for myself personally, all the acts I did see were phenomenal and just so up for it.
The showers although huge and communal were kept pretty clean, had hot water and were a god send.
The layout and fencing off of the camping areas seemed really strange, in Family you had parts where you had to walk 200m's then 200m back on yourself to get beyond the fence to walk back where you've just come from, it was really odd. Luckily some clever folk kept propping a panel open, making the flow much better.
The queues for food outlets and toilets between bands was like nothing I've ever seen, it was similar to Leeds Fest main arena and just didn't seem to be enough. The family camping toilets were totally inadequate and toilets were left blocked for most of the weekend.
Others seem to disagree but it really did feel like day tickets were over sold, Saturday in particular, even the woodland stages/comedy were absolutely packed to the rafters, that's fine but I always loved Latitude as it felt busy but never too busy.
I think it's important to note that there will likely never be a Latitude like this again, you've basically gone to first NORMAL festival in the UK in the last 18 months, that was always going to attract folk who would never usually attend.
Lots of people probably thought "YES A PROPER FESTIVAL" let's just go without really wanting to see many acts etc. You'd imagine next year those people will go to festivals they usually do in regular times, or chose a more specific festival for them.
I think all in all in was a fantastic weekend in a shit 18 months, organised very well considering but never any harm in trying to improve :)