Glastonbury to ban plastic water bottles

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Plastic bottles are set to be banned from 2019 at Glastonbury | Credit: Rachel Docherty
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Plastic bottles are set to be banned from 2019 at Glastonbury | Credit: Rachel Docherty

Plastic bottles will not be allowed into Worthy Farm for 2019 festival under new waste plans

Plastic bottles are set to be banned from next year's Glastonbury Festival, organiser Emily Eavis has revealed. Speaking to BBC Radio 6 Music last week, Eavis - the daughter of Glastonbury founder Michael...

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