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  1. No thanks. Whenever I've tented at Glastonbury I've always taken everything home. We used to do a fingertip check of our patch to make sure that things like pegs weren't left in the ground. Broken poles were repaired at home for the next festival. That surely has to be a better approach than pre-erected.
  2. This sums things up worryingly well https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2019/nov/10/boris-johnson-versus-jeremy-corbyn-for-number-10-battle-of-unfittest
  3. For the price you could buy yourself a cheap caravan to use for other festivals too.
  4. With such a small car you might like to consider a trailer tent. Small, light and compact to tow and easily stored. With an awning they can open out to quite a size. Alternatively the caravan make to hunt out is Lunar, who specialise in lightweights.
  5. MUSTANG (From another great music film)
  6. SADDLE A clip from one of the great 'westerns'
  7. Why so? His current World Tour finishes in May - so a June date is open. Admitting to a Glastonbury slot (not a show) might damage Glasgow and London sales.
  8. POLES (A PF reunion would make a great 50th)
  9. A man went into a Bristol supermarket and tried to buy half a cauliflower. The very young greens-produce assistant told him that they sold only whole cauliflowers. The man persisted, and asked to see the manager, and the boy went to find him. Walking into the stock room, the boy said to his manager, "Some t*sser out there wants to buy half a cauliflower." As he finished his sentence, he turned to find the customer standing right behind him, so he added, "And this gentleman has kindly offered to buy the other half." The manager approved the deal, and the man went on his way. Later the manager said to the boy, "I was impressed with the way you got yourself out of that situation earlier. We like people here who think on their feet. Where are you from, son?" "Cardiff, sir," the boy replied. "Why did you leave Cardiff ?" the manager asked. The boy said, "Sir, there's nothing there but prostitutes and rugby players." "Really?" said the manager. "My wife is from Cardiff." "You're kidding?" replied the boy. "What position did she play?"
  10. Welcome to our world and welcome to Glastonbury. You'll find bits of all the festivals you've been to - though not too much of V. One thing you may need to prepare yourself for is the scale of Glastonbury. You could lose some of the other fests in one corner.. You'll find lots of advice on here from old hands. And do make the meet.
  11. Family fun on Sunday as we join our Welsh nieces and their South African rugby-playing husbands to watch the match at the local rugby club.
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