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Glastonbury Festival 2011 - Part Three: Friday (24.06.11)

Friday started off well enough, though grey clouds hung ominously above the Somerset farm. Even without the rain, navigating the festival grounds was becoming more and more of a challenge as the mud began to slowly take over the site.

Glastonbury Festival 2011 - Part Two: Thursday (23.06.11)

Day two started off ominously enough with an early morning shower, however with it soon easing off, the threat of a potential washout was averted for another day. Being only Thursday, the main stages of the festival were still not open - the festival officially runs across the weekend Friday to Sunday. But there's more than enough going on the smaller stages to keep you from getting bored.

Glastonbury Festival 2011 - Part One: Wednesday (22.06.11)

It's that time of the year again! "Summer" has hit the Northern Hemisphere and the UK's largest and most famous music festival is back for another year. Anyone expecting a repeat of last year's scorching sunny weather,had such hopes dashed immediately on arrival; though the rain failed to dampen the spirits of the thousands of punters who descend on the Somerset farm.