Win two tickets to Glastonbury!

Posted by christian — 29 April 2009 at 2:29pm - Comments

Hey there Greenpeace afficionados. Want to go to Glastonbury festival? How's your store of GP-related facts? Do you, for instance, know which power station's chimney the Kingsnorth 6 climbed, leading to their arrest, trial and aquittal? Or which major Airport's expansion plans have been challenged by our Airplot campaign?

If you can answer such devious questions, and some others about fellow Glastonbury charity musketeers Oxfam and Water Aid, then you could win two tickets to this year's festival. And that's a pretty good prize, because as usual, tickets have sold out and it is literally impossible to get your hands on them any other way.

The official line-up for the festival isn't out yet, but we already know that it will feature top names like Blur, Doves, Lily Allen and Rolf Harris, as well as all the usual Glastonbury madness. Even better, some would say, we'll be unveiling the product of our (as usual) massively over-ambitious plans for the Greenpeace field, with Airplot taking over a chunk of the festival, and audio-visual and garden-y treats for your weary bodies and over-stimulated minds.

I reckon that it'll take you about five minutes to do a bit of studious Googling and answer the ten questions in the quiz. And five minutes to maybe get hold of two Glastonbury tickets has got to be a good deal, right?  

Go to leavenotrace.org.uk to enter.

who the hell wnats to go to your no good crappy tree hugging bo-infested festivals. Get a job. P.S. I hope your boat sinks and you all die painfully.

Thanks for your constructive criticism of Greenpeace's work.

Myself, and the 150,000 people who will attend this year's Glastonbury festival - probably the most hotly anticipated music event in the entire world - salute you.

Maybe a festival so popular that the tickets sell out within hours isn't your thing, but putting that aside, I hope that maybe one day you too can appreciate the joys of giving a tree a good hug.

Cheers,

Christian
@GPUK

who the hell wnats to go to your no good crappy tree hugging bo-infested festivals. Get a job. P.S. I hope your boat sinks and you all die painfully.

Thanks for your constructive criticism of Greenpeace's work. Myself, and the 150,000 people who will attend this year's Glastonbury festival - probably the most hotly anticipated music event in the entire world - salute you. Maybe a festival so popular that the tickets sell out within hours isn't your thing, but putting that aside, I hope that maybe one day you too can appreciate the joys of giving a tree a good hug. Cheers, Christian @GPUK

Even better, some would say, we'll be unveiling the product of our (as usual) massively over-ambitious plans for the Greenpeace field, with Airplot taking over a chunk of the festival, and audio-visual and garden-y treats for your weary bodies and over-stimulated minds.
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