Glastonbury is the big fixture in our festival calendar but throughout the summer our events crew are setting up shop at other big country bashes. They're getting people involved with our campaign to save the rainforests (see our new forest defenders making monkeys of themselves in the slideshow above) as well as providing plenty of activities to provide an alternative to the music stages.
Latitude and Womad have been and gone, but this weekend it's their first visit to the Big Chill. If you're heading that way look out for the Banksy backdrop where you can put yourself in the picture and declare your support, like hundreds of other people have already done.
Also coming up fast is Vintage At Goodwood on 13-15 August. The brainchild of Geraldine and Wayne Hemmingway (remember Red or Dead?) this new festival aims to celebrate "five decades of British cool". Our cool contribution is the FSC forest-friendly skate ramp which has been a favourite feature in our field at Glastonbury for years. Bring along your skateboard gear to have a go and there'll be daily kids' workshops as well as showboarding specials from the pros.
If you're at either the Big Chill or Vintage, pop along, say hello and help us save a few trees.