Hi Guys, it’s been a while. I’ve been a bit jaded leading up to this years Glastonbury, although earlier this year I was very very excited! I had finally persuaded my wife to come bringing my two kids in the Caravan. I was gutted when she changed her mind before you had to pay the full amount on your tickets in April. I’m not too bothered about my wife not going but I was so looking forward to showing my kids around, Cal aged 12 and Molly aged 7 – perfect ages to appreciate the magic of Glastonbury Still… now things are looking up and I am now more excited So I was left on my tod in the East C’van fields. As things turned out a woman in our group who had a West C’van ticket was told her campervan wasn’t fit for the road and it failed its MOT. She couldn’t afford to have it fixed. I got £90 back on my C’van ticket and I’ve giving half to her, I’m picking her up on the Tuesday morning plus another three passengers. She plans to stay in my caravan while the rest of us are going onto site with another small group of people coming in with another friend’s campervan. I know there are a few people here that stay in the West C’van fields. Can you answer some of these questions? Do you have a field wide communal gathering to watch the sun go down? (I heard there is something like this on the East side at top of the hill of death. How strict are they about keeping you in the field once you’re in? I am thinking of walking down to the Apple Tree for an evening pub meal, there’s a group of about 30 of us meet there traditionally on Glasto Eve. I’m guessing there is a small queue when the gate onto the site opens at eight in the morning, can you confirm this?