Welcome to Glastonbury

Posted by jamie — 20 June 2007 at 1:46pm - Comments

Glastonbury is once again upon us and even though the festival proper doesn't start until Friday, the gates are open and happy campers are pouring in through every entrance. I'm currently holed up in a portacabin behind a replica of the Ark, madly editing video Tracy and I have shot over the past couple of days. We've a few technical hitches (lack of internet access being one of them) so we're a bit behind but now we're online, the stories will be coming thick and fast. Here are two we made earlier (unfortunately, that's me in the spotlight but don't worry, I'm not planning on making a career of it):

 

If you're coming down (or even reading this on our field thanks to the WiFi connection in the cafe), I'll see you in front of the Other Staqe for Björk. If not, just think about all the mud that won't be invading through every available orifice and don't be left out of I Count - sign up now.

Sorry if I seem to be a little ignorant by asking this question. But what exactly is Glastonbury? Is it a climate change event? -Sarah from drafting chair

About Jamie

I'm one of the editors of the website, and I do a lot of work on the Get Active section, as well as doing web stuff for the forests campaign. I've worked for Greenpeace since 2006 and, coming from a background as a freelance writer and web producer, it's been something of an education to be part of a direct action organisation. I'm from Cumbria originally but now I live in north London - I came to study here and somehow have never left.

My personal mumblings can be found @shrinkydinky.

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