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  1. As soon as I bought my tickets this year, I wanted to make sure I booked my travel arrangements in order to get there early and secure a good pitch, most likely Pennards or Park Home.As i'm coming from abroad, I didn't want the hassle of renting a car, especially with all that manual gear malarkey. the last thing I want is to rear end someone in the Glasto car park! I decided to book a coach with National Express leaving at 1AM, and arriving at 4:30AM. I imagine that I'll be one of the first through Ped gate A by that time, but my main concern is getting on the actual coach I booked, as I've heard rumors that it's basically just a free for all, and you queue up to get on the coach anyway. My coach is the very first one that leaves, and I plan on getting there an hour early just to be safe. Has anyone had experience with getting out of Victoria Coach Station in the very early morning? Will there be a bunch of people with later times trying to blag it onto the coach, or will it be a more civilized affair? I'd rather not get there extra early, but I will if it's necessary in order to guarantee I get on that coach. Thank you!
  2. Hi there, Me and my boyfriend are looking for a lift to Glastonbury on the morning of the 28th or the evening of the 27th. We are happy to pay £20 a head and also happy to give over our parking permit (which I think is worth £45). Please let me know if you know of anyone or you're driving down at those times. Thanks, Liv
  3. Hi. I'll be driving to the festival with friends early Thursday morning, but my wife needs to work and won't be able to get a train out of London until about 5pm on Thursday. There seem to be a few trains per hour from Paddington /Waterloo with the Paddington train being faster. 1. If I book a ticket for a specific train, with crowds is it likely that they will be able to get in that train, if not, can it be used on the next train with availabile space (ie are usual conditions of carriage for specified train bookings ignored due to the volume of people going to the festival?) 2. First class is not significantly more for the trains she is thinking of taking. Anyone got experience of a 1St ticket to Castle Cary for the festival? Will it be a reserved seat, thus guaranteeing her a place on the specified train, or if big crowds will she be waving the train goodbye from the platform and squeezing in to standard in the next available train. Therefore the additional cost for 1St having been wasted. Thanks
  4. 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!
  5. Hi guys, After some advice/reassurance. Normally I get the coach from Manchester to the festival, and arrive at the gates by 8am on Wednesday. It's a journey I'm comfortable with but this year I'm going with someone who hates coaches, so it looks like we will be driving instead. I really don't fancy the idea of queuing overnight in the carparks, but likewise, I won't want us to end up being late in and missing half the day. We'll be coming from Lancashire and I normally head to Hitchin Hill/surrounding fields to camp. Is there a gate that would be best for us to aim for? What can we expect the journey to the carpark and onto site to be like? Any hints or tips? Like I said, I normally get the coach so it's totally new to me! Thanks
  6. Evening, I am the only person travelling from London in my group so looking for a bit of guidance before I book my travel. Am I right in thinking the best route is to get the train into Portsmouth Harbour and ferry over to Ryde? Also, looking at the return foot passenger ferry prices, does £29 sound about right? I need to be back in Portsmouth to catch the train for about 9am so assume I will have peak travel time prices? Final bit, is getting from the festival site to the ferry for 8am realistic with busss etc? Thanks for all your help Ian
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