The Glastonbury clean up kicked off bright and early this morning
Ever wondered what the festival grounds look like after you’ve packed up and left?
Unless you were away on a retreat somewhere over the weekend, you’ll know that some of the biggest names in music took to the stage at this year’s Glastonbury.
Yes, the popular festival took place at Worthy Farm over the weekend and from the accounts we’ve seen online, it was another amazing year.
However, with 135,000 people in attendance, the site was looking a little worse-for-wear this morning as one picture of a woman walking the grounds was shared across social media.
— John Peel Stage (@Johnpeel2017) June 26, 2017
— Tariq Taylor (@TeeTeeDawg) June 26, 2017
The festival organisers ran the #LeaveNoTrace campaign this year, asking festival-goers to clean up after themselves sharing the message and hashtag across their social media.
— Ben Birchall (@BenBirchallUK) June 26, 2017
— Ade (@Bubwal) June 25, 2017
— Tristan Cork BPost (@TristanCorkPost) June 26, 2017
While many shared pictures of the their successful camp ground's clean-up, volunteers still spent hours today picking up rubbish.
Glastonbury rubbish squad Other Stage early shift. pic.twitter.com/dlrcH9590E
— Nick Constable (@ConstableNC) June 25, 2017
— Kev Simmonds (@KevSimmonds) June 25, 2017