The hedgerows of Pilton, especially inbetween the Tipi Village, The Dragon Field, The Stone Circle and Shangri La, are home to whole communities of fairies, goblins and dragons, none larger than a foot high, who celebrate alongside the oblivious festival goers, with unique musical instruments and stolen cider.
I believe this, because the fields of Worthy Farm have been my home for weeks before and after the festival when I’ve work in the utterly mad catering crews at Ivymead and Goose Hall.
I have my arms, legs, fingers and toes all crossed, because I really really really would love to volunteer at Glastonbury Festival’s onsite radio station, Worthy FM. BUT – there are only 2 places available, only by entering a competition, which is being judged by none other than festival organiser Emily Eavis, and BBC Radio 1 presenter Huw Stephens…..
If I get to help out at Worthy FM, I would like to expose Worthy FM listeners to the wonderful hippies hiding in the festivals cogs, and the kooky tales that come with them!
So, here’s my entry, 30 seconds over-heard on a wind-up radio from a tent pitched in Worthy Farm, before the power dies and it’s time to wind up again…