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1st timers and we are taking the kids... questions!

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Can’t add much to the great advice already given although I will say this from when we took the kids in 2013. Wherever you go, if there is any sort of crowd then point out and agree a meeting place just in case you get separated. I don’t mean a steward point unless there is one close by but rather a easily recognised point in whichever field you’re in. If the kids get separated drum it into them to go there and wait until you get there. Glastonbury is very safe and people will be very helpful but sometimes it can be confusing when the crowds start to move. 

Be prepared for grumpiness on the Wednesday morning. Nobody likes queueing especially kids and Wednesday morning will be the hardest part of the week.

All that said, it’s an amazing place for kids and you will all have a blast. 😀

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