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The Green Fields

 This is where you can learn how to release your own potential, and discover how to change the big wide world! The Green Fields are known as the very soul of Glastonbury's about community, inclusion and caring. 

The Green Fields occupy up to a third of the whole Festival site, with each space generating its own ethos and vibe. In the area above the old railway line, every activity is powered entirely by sustainable sources such as solar and wind power.

In this area you'll find The Greenpeace Field - so much going on why not join up and spread awareness of the earth's plight? it's not all serious stuff though you'll also find heaps of entertainment.

The Green Kids Field is a fun place that's just bursting with creativity and above all it's a safe space for children to be and explore.

The Green Futures Field brings you everything you might just want to know about a whole range of campaigns, political causes, music, poetry, astrology, sustainable living and ideas for encouraging and working toward world peace.

The Healing Field is a place for meditation, spiritual awareness, therapies, singing and dancing, here you can find endless alternative therapies on offer throughout the festival, just about every form of alternative therapy is on offer here.

The Craft Field brings you no end of hands-on workshops with a range of displays of traditional crafts, masonry skills, making musical instruments and many other crafty type things.

The Green Roadshow is quite remarkable, and it's entirely powered by renewable energy, the Croissant Neuf marquee is tipped as having just the best entertainment and music.

The Tipi Field is a wondrous sight to behold, gently taking you back to a time of simple living, with fireside chants, story telling and rituals, you never know you might just get the bug and find yourself rejecting our hectic modern life and opting for something very different!

You'll find the Green Police all over the place at Glastonbury and their message is ... keep it clean and keep it green!... and if you don't you'd just better watch out, you just don't know what sort of penalty you might have to face.

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