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Sorry guays im travelling from spain to glasto and wanna know if its possible to carry a crystal bottle(whisky) in the festival in my campervan? Thanks!

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Hide it well. Don't take it on site.  If you do decant it into plastic bottle . Onsite I mean away from campervan field 

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2 minutes ago, ppdpp said:

Sorry guays im travelling from spain to glasto and wanna know if its possible to carry a crystal bottle(whisky) in the festival in my campervan? Thanks!

Get you with your crystal!! :lol:

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Just now, Quark said:

Get you with your crystal!! :lol:

I think you can into the camper fields, just not on site. 

No they can search the caravans as well and when they do the main thing they seem to be bothered about is glass. Whenever we have been checked it's the one thing they always ask about. 

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No glass anywhere on site, including the camper van fields.

Your van will be searched - possibly thoroughly - when you arrive.

Last time I arrived in a van, I practically had to empty it.

 

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Just now, gigpusher said:

No they can search the caravans as well and when they do the main thing they seem to be bothered about is glass. Whenever we have been checked it's the one thing they always ask about. 

I did not know that. Always assumed they were acceptable as outside the fence.

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Just now, Quark said:

I did not know that. Always assumed they were acceptable as outside the fence.

Still on farmland though and other farmers also have animals. Nobody ever intends to break glass and being in a caravan doesn't give you special powers not to break it. Best off just decanting it into plastic. 

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1 minute ago, gigpusher said:

Still on farmland though and other farmers also have animals. Nobody ever intends to break glass and being in a caravan doesn't give you special powers not to break it. Best off just decanting it into plastic. 

Oh yeah, not arguing the toss at all. Makes perfect sense.  Just hadn't thought about it beyond "the fence" really :)

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you might get it confiscated

 

 

tell you what I will meet you you outside and help you drink it 

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Just now, Quark said:

Oh yeah, not arguing the toss at all. Makes perfect sense.  Just hadn't thought about it beyond "the fence" really :)

Yes just say it because I always make sure not to take any but you do seem to get some caravan folk who think they don't have to worry about it. 

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you could bring a plastic bottle and if they find your glass in a search, decant it then.

or just decant it upfront.

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On the plastic front - I presume we can still bring in plastic despite the policy on site of single use? I've got a 5ltr bottle I usually fill up with water and keep in tent for morning cuppa etc. That's still ok right?

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1 hour ago, ppdpp said:

Sorry guays im travelling from spain to glasto and wanna know if its possible to carry a crystal bottle(whisky) in the festival in my campervan? Thanks!

No. Your best bet is go off site, buy a bottle and decant it. 

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