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In a corner of some muddy field…

June 22, 2011

…that is forever Glastonbury…
Members of the Geography Collective are currently setting up the circular tent that will be Mission:Explore central for the next 5 days of the Glastonbury festival. Follow the festival Twitter feed for more.
Geography Collective
After last year’s heatwave, which saw us working with hundreds of visitors and young people to create command badges, declare a state of Interdependence, save the little people, carry out Missions, send messages of peace and love to David Cameron, reach out to the world as well as explore stone circles, 2am strolls to the ends of the site, and generally drink lots of ale to avoid dehydration, this year’s festival has a more changeable weather forecast.
But the geography collective is stronger than ever.

Geography Collective at Glastonbury

The Green Kids field is between the Greenpeace area and the Glade performance area: head for the chunky beats. There is a huge pirate ship to clamber on, plus a Tardis, reading room, Camera Obscura, readings, jugglers, performers and plenty more.
Glastonbury

To get the latest Glastonbury news, follow @GlastoLive on Twitter.

Wonder how many “mud” missions we can think of…

Here’s the weather forecast from the Met Office.

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