Brides, wellies and waterproofs at Glastonbury

Festival-goers at Glastonbury enjoyed a brief spell of sunshine this afternoon, with one newlywed music fan donning a white wedding dress and veil to the event's mud-drenched fields.

Festival goer and newly-wed Hannah Lomas, aged 27, from Liverpool, wore her wedding dress to the event in Somerset.
Festival goer and newly-wed Hannah Lomas, aged 27, from Liverpool, wore a wedding dress to the event in Somerset. Credit: PA
Two-year-old Julia Bristow, from Iowa, USA, walks through a puddle of mud on her first ever Glastonbury visit.
Two-year-old Julia Bristow, from Iowa, USA, walks through a puddle of mud on her first ever Glastonbury visit. Credit: PA
Festival goers manoeuvre through a puddle of mud at the Glastonbury Festival today.
Festival goers manoeuvre through a puddle of mud at the Glastonbury Festival today. Credit: PA

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