Pilton Farm, Somerset was again the setting of the world's most famous music festival and we were delighted that Sorazora was back in the Greenfields. High up the hill just before the stone circle is where you'll find all the green craft activities and some of the more intimate stages.
The weather was great and the little rain that we had didn't seem to dampen anyone's spirits or create any mud-baths (at least not in the Greenfields!).
Although definitely not my cup of tea, the big names in music were Metallica and Dolly Parton. I did pop along to see The Pixies as they were the first live band I ever saw back in April 1989.
With all the non-music happenings and the fact that tickets sell out before anyone knows who's playing, I think it is fair to say that Glastonbury is more about the festival than it is the music.
If you only go to one festival a year, it really should be Glastonbury if you can manage to get a ticket before they sell out. Don't forget to pack both your wellies and suncream as you never know which you'll need. Finally, if you take a tent with you, please make sure you take it home again!