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  1. I'm coming by coach so will have to bring the minimum. I'll be taking a large bottle of JD for drinks and mix that with coke in smaller bottles to carry around during the day, I'll do a shop run if needed. I'll buy the odd drink while I'm out an about but that should last me (maybe!) Food wise I'll be bringing a few Military ration meals for breakfast, one plastic fork and it can be eaten straight from the packet. I'm used to eating cold rations in a field so that's not a problem. I'll save the big meals for the shenanigans later in the day. I'm stunned by the video of the walk around in 2016. It's not really that hard to tidy up after yourself is it? I can't understand people that can walk away leaving that mess knowing someone else will have to clean it up. Lazy f**ks
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    Best area to camp in?

    What's it like getting back? I've read that there's a restricted area that you need to get around
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    Best area to camp in?

    So many options! I think I'll have to see how I'm feeling after the coach journey and how much stuff I've packed. Hitchen Hill and Lime Kiln seem like a good option now too!
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    The 'Friday Afternoon Rock Slot'

    Looking forward to this slot already. The Artists that have been announced already aren't for me so hopefully this will make amends!
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    Packing list for travelling by coach please 😊

    I'm going by coach too so I'm going to follow this thread!
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    Best area to camp in?

    Well I'm not much of a cider drinker myself but reading through forums and twitter pages it appears that most people at Glastonbury are. I might have to take a few cans with me as a peace offering to the neighbours!
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    Best area to camp in?

    So many options! I might just have to turn up and see what happens. Go with the flow and what will be will be!
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    Best area to camp in?

    Thanks everyone, I think Pylon is my first choice now. The thought of marching a long distance with all my kit is soul destroying!
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    2019 Headliners

    I'm not too fussed with the headliners to be honest. I'd rather find a smaller stage somewhere and chill out. If it does turn out to be The Strokes, The Cure and Stormzy then it'll make my decision to do that a whole lot easier! They'll be more than enough going on away from the Pyramid stage to keep me entertained while the masses gather around the main stage
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    Best area to camp in?

    Thanks Lee, I'll check it out now
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    Best area to camp in?

    Thanks, carrying everything was also a concern! I don't want to risk losing my Jack Daniels in transit!
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    Best area to camp in?

    Hey everyone! This is my first venture down to Glastonbury at the grand age of 40, to say I'm a little bit excited is an understatement! I know this has probably been asked 1000 times before but can anyone of you experienced people enlighten me as to the best area to camp? I'm coming down by coach on the Thursday and I'm aware that a lot of the more popular spots will be gone. I've narrowed it down to a few places (below) but I'm after any recommendations. I'd like a more chilled out area to camp in, somewhere I could get a little bit of sleep at least ( I am 40 after all! ) I 'm not to fussed about the walking distances to areas around the festival. So my shortlist would be Pylon Ground, Darble, Bushy Ground or Baileys. Any advise would be great!