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Glastonbury children's area 'to be best ever'

Posted 14 June 2010
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Glastonbury children's area 'to be best ever'
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Glastonbury chiefs have promised that this year will see its best ever childrens' area, something that may please those spending the event camping in family tents.

Organiser of the Kidzfield Tony Cordy said: "We're opening a day early, on the Thursday, for the first time this year and we've got some great new acts and facilities."

He went on to state that children's TV show characters Bodger and Badger, along with Andy Day from CBeebies and other entertainment varying from clowns and aliens to face-painting.

There is no cost for the Kidzfield and Mr Cordy noted: "We're the last traditional free festival left standing."

With the event approaching past, those coming with the family to Glastonbury may wish to stock up on some camping accessories before they head to the Somerset venue.

In what has been a busy week of announcements, organisers have revealed the line-ups for the BBC Introducing stage and the Avalon Set.

The former includes acts like Napoleon in Rags and Seven Summits, while Keane was confirmed as being in the Avalon line-up, appearing on the afternoon Sunday, June 27th.

Posted by Brandon Egley