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Posted: 21-April-2008 at 5:43pm | IP Logged Quote chaypup
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You have to book the parking when you buy the tickets - i think its a tenner.
 
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This is also gonna be my first visit to glastonbury (although i have been to many, many others over the years), so i have read every word of this topic with interest.

I have a question about fires!! I know that they do not have a blanket ban on fires like other festivals, but can anyone give me an idea of what we can get away with? Can i make a (controlled) open fire, or does it need to be contained..?
Would i be able to carry my own firewood into the festival?
 
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I went last year for the first time ever to a festival and was also worried about the washing and showering problems. I need not have worried as this is what I did.....

Got one of those solar showers and filled it half with caold tap water and boiled the kettle a few times for the other half. I then sat in a small round kids paddeling pool just inside my tent (could do it outside it you wore a bikkni!) then got someone to hold the shower bag above me to let the water come down on me while I had a quick, but sufficiant wash! Can also wash hair like this too.

So easy and felt good as new every day!!

 

 
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steelmusicuk wrote:
I have a question about fires!! I know that they do not have a blanket ban on fires like other festivals, but can anyone give me an idea of what we can get away with? Can i make a (controlled) open fire, or does it need to be contained..?
Would i be able to carry my own firewood into the festival?

 

It's been something GFL have tightened up on. Basically anything over max of a metre high is going to be reported & put out. You can bring firewood but unless you're willing to drag it miles (and you may well have to drag it through rain & mud) then I'd get it onsite. There's normally some wood on the train lines on the Wednesday but that goes fast, but there's firewood on sale onsite.

 
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Thats great... All I need to know.. You may see me dodging trains on wednesday night then!!
 
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It's not an actual working train track you know.
 
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