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Muddy mayhem for Glastonbury revellers

Muddy mayhem for Glastonbury revellers
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With some 2,000 acts performing on 35 stages, Glastonbury is the world’s biggest green field arts and music festival. But the three day bonanza in the heart of rural southwest England is notorious for torrential downpours and mudbaths and this year is no exception.

A record 177,000 people are here and most are determined to make the most of it. The good news now is that the weather is set to improve for the rest of the weekend. Friday’s bill was topped by the Arctic Monkeys, with the Sheffield band headlining the event’s main Pyramid Stage

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