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Sunday Glastonbury 2013 review

Had a bit of a lie in as the first act we wanted to see was Bruce Forsythe in the Avalon tent. Another silly place to put him – he could’ve easily had an early pyramid slot. The place was … Continue reading

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“The first time I smelled that…”

The little village of Pilton in Somerset has been home to many creative people, including authors such as Fay Weldon, John Le Carre and Guy Kennaway. Our writers’ group has been fortunate enough to have the company of Guy Kennaway … Continue reading

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Living by Glastonbury Festival. Part two

‘So, do you camp in the festival or go home?’ Is a question often asked of me these days. Of course I go home silly! (though I am much more polite when I actually say it.) Wouldn’t you? I suppose … Continue reading

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Glastonbury Festival Walk

Last week I had a lovely long walk with my parents and my daughter. We didn’t quite make it to the stone circle, but nearly! Here are some of the photos I took.

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Glastonbury Festival Site – March 09

We took a walk to the  site last Sunday when the sun was shining, and here’s a few photos.

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