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If a friend happened to be in the Glasto area this weekend and fancied a walk around the site, would that be allowed? Where should they park and is there anything they should keep in mind to be respectful / keep out the way of the build?

Asking for a friend, of course 👀

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I usually park where the coaches park. though last time the gate closed and I had to find another way out (wasn't too hard)!

I've strolled it a few times and never encountered any objections whatsoever.

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2 hours ago, ManLj said:

If a friend happened to be in the Glasto area this weekend and fancied a walk around the site, would that be allowed? Where should they park and is there anything they should keep in mind to be respectful / keep out the way of the build?

Asking for a friend, of course 👀

Email the office and ask, that's what I did a few years ago and they had no issue with it. That was in March though just before the site build started, so they may discourage you now given the activity on site.

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3 hours ago, ManLj said:

If a friend happened to be in the Glasto area this weekend and fancied a walk around the site, would that be allowed? Where should they park and is there anything they should keep in mind to be respectful / keep out the way of the build?

Asking for a friend, of course 👀

I think you(they) should be fine for the most part - just be respectful of fenced off areas, stick to paths, and don't interfere with anything.

Though this is probably the last weekend until about August where it won't be an issue.

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2 hours ago, incident said:

I think you(they) should be fine for the most part - just be respectful of fenced off areas, stick to paths, and don't interfere with anything.

Though this is probably the last weekend until about August where it won't be an issue.

Easier to ask for forgiveness than permission... 

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