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    Pilton, Somerset
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    Glastonbury, writing, taking photos, dancing and faerie-spotting

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  1. Ooh good - I love finding new blogs to read. Here's mine; the video I made is at the bottom as well. https://whenigrowupblog.com/2019/07/10/glastonbury-festival-review-2019/
  2. Wickedfaerie

    Steel cups

    Or there's these: https://etsy.me/2ZMDoXe Water Aid were meant to be selling them, but it fell through so I have quite a lot at home - a few weeks' work! Too late to post, but I guess I could bring a few in tomorrow if anyone's interested.
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    Cameras

    I'm taking my Lumix Panasonic GM1. The size of a tiny point and shoot, but the control of an SLR. I love it!
  4. If you need something to carry around your cup; I made these to fit: https://www.etsy.com/uk/listing/697728950/glastonbury-festival-pint-cup-carrier (Could post first class tomorrow or meet you there and refund the postage in cash.)
  5. Just don't come into Pilton the A37 way - (traders are routed in through Pylle) so come in along the B3136, onto the A361 and then off to North Wootton - that road isn't closed to the public until Tuesday. It'll be busier than usual, but you shouldn't get stuck unless they've changed the route traders are brought in. Have a nice meal!
  6. Cut it a bit fine, but I finally found my Glastonbury boots and gave them a test run. Need to spray waterproofing on the tongues, otherwise, still fine and comfy.
  7. Great to look at. Not so great when you're stuck amongst them trying to get down the A37 on the Sunday before! haha!
  8. It'll be interesting to find out. I suspect there'll be something mentioned to everyone next year. Sorry if I've put a spanner in the works for you.
  9. Just to be clear, I did agree to stop taking the photos. However, if you were to take a photo of the woman next door sunbathing and post it, but she already had a webcam pointed at her garden (trying not to type lady garden) for you and the rest of the world to see; and then she also posts a public video in her garden showing everyone how she gets ready to sunbathe; wouldn't you be a little bit baffled if you get the blame for people who might want to peep over her fence? (and possibly break their ankle whilst doing it.) I don't need to take a photo of Arcadia - I'm lucky enough to be able to see it. I don't take them for the fame or glory; it's simply because I know that before we moved here I would have loved to see photos of the site coming together - it all adds to the excitement. People here have asked for the photos, and we're happy to oblige, and in return we get a warm fuzzy feeling knowing we've helped with the enjoyment of anticipation for the festival. That's all.
  10. Ah yes - I'd forgotten about that clause we all have to sign when we move to Pilton that says we can't take photos out of our windows.
  11. I know legally I can take photos from my own land and do what I want with them, however it's a tricky situation - I don't want to annoy Glastonbury Festivals. BUT now I've discovered that Arcadia have released that video (which I didn't know about this morning) I'm a bit pissed off actually that they're blaming me for members of the public coming onto the site to have a look at it?!! Once the fence is up, I don't see why the photos can't resume. And yes, if they want to talk to me honestly about wanting to keep it secret, rather than giving me (what I suspect is) crap about health and safety, I can miss that bit of the landscape out. We'll see if the conversation continues.
  12. So they can put that up on the internet, but I'm not allowed to post pictures of it? Hmmm...
  13. They didn't mention a webcam - probably as we haven't done it for the last couple of years - however we're pretty sure they only started doing one with BBC because we did it first!!
  14. Hi everyone; bad news I'm afraid. I had a call from Glastonbury Festivals this morning asking me to stop posting our photos at the request of Arcadia health and safety. Apparently they encourage people onto the site to see what's going on and they're worried about being prosecuted if there's an accident at the construction site. I personally don't see how that's any different from the webcam, but there we are. So I'm sorry, there won't be more from us this year unfortunately. Perhaps they won't mind next year when the new Arcadia isn't a secret any more.
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