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  1. Hi there, I realise this is probably a long-shot, but I am taking my Dad to Glastonbury because it has been a dream of his for many years and we finally got tickets for 2019. Unfortunately he has been diagnosed with bone cancer and his mobility is greatly affected. He still wants to go to the festival and I really want him to have an enjoyable and as comfortable time as possible. Does anyone know who I could speak to re: provision of a more comfortable area for him to sit/stand when watching the acts? The only act he is desperate to see is the Killers so if I could get him a comfortable seat to sit on or something without others bumping into him would be brilliant. Any advice appreciated please 🙂
  2. I am coming to Glastonbury for the first time this June. Two of us are getting the train down on the Tuesday and are staying in an Airbnb close to the site, so we can get in early on Wednesday and get a good spot to camp before the rest of the group arrive Wednesday afternoon. I think I am right in saying our best bet to get into the festival early is to use the drop and collect point at the Bath and West Showground? I was wondering if anyone has used this before and could give us any advice, mainly what time should we arrive? I was thinking of booking a taxi about 5/5:30am (we're 5 minutes drive from the Showground), will this be alright or should we be going earlier/later? And if anyone has any alternative suggestions on how to get there on Wednesday, let me know!
  3. A group of 4 of us managed to get tickets in the resale yesterday morning but were unable to get a car parking ticket. 3 of us are fine with public transport, but the 4th member of our group is a teacher and so can only travel up on Friday afternoon, and also has to leave Sunday night. This was already going to be a pain by car but makes it basically not worth coming if she had to do all the travelling by train (we're coming from Southeast London). Is there any chance she'd be able to pay on the door the official car park on the Friday when there's likely no queues? Or does anyone have any experience using any other roads/car parks in the surrounding area that are say a cab ride away from the Campsite drop off point? Thanks!
  4. Hi all I’m lucky enough to have bagged tickets for both dates in Swansea’s biggest weekend. Just wondering if anyone has been to a “big weekend” event before? And have a rough idea on the prices of beer and food inside? I’m expecting it to be pretty pricey. Last gig I went to in Singleton Park was Noel Gallaghers high flying birds and it wasn’t cheap that day. Thanks in advance Joe
  5. Hi everyone, I had my tickets sent on to me to my new address (first class, recorded, tracked delivery) and long story short, the Royal Mail have lost them/ cannot locate them. Does anyone have any ideas of who I can try contacting for some help/ compassion? See Tickets and Glastonbury directly have both been totally unhelpful, simply stating they don't replace lost or stolen tickets. I'm getting so desperate now. I have a police crime number (the police deemed it as theft - intercepted post). I know people in the past emailed Dick Vernon from Glasto and he offered help, but he has retired. How can victims of crime be held responsible? All I want is go to Glastonbury next week Any suggestions/ stories you could share, I'd be eternally grateful- literally losing sleep over this!
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