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A dashcam has caught the moment a car careered though the centre of Glastonbury earlier this week, with a police car in hot pursuit.
The silver car bursts out of Benedict Street into Market Place. It nearly loses control as it turns up the High Street, at one point crossing over to the wrong side of the road.
The junction of Wells Road and the High Street was later closed because of a collision but it is unclear whether the two incidents are related.
Glastonbury organisers have confirmed the first headline act for the 2017 lineup.
Rock group Radiohead will perform in the top slot on Friday, their first UK festival appearance in six years.
The festival let the cat the out of the bag after posting a photo of the band's logo on their Twitter page.
Organiser Emily Eavis also took to her Instagram page to share her excitement at the news.
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Emily Eavis, co-organiser of the annual Glastonbury Festival has tweeted a series of messages following rumours of Glastonbury Festival moving.
For those asking, we're planning a big event elsewhere for 2018 or 2019 but it hasn't even got a name yet so watch this space for more info!
But for now, we are completely focussed on this year's festival and making it the best yet!
Glastonbury's last remaining bank will close its doors for the final time today despite a long running campaign to save it.Read the full story ›
We asked Dr Jo Michelle, an economist from the University of the West of England, why banks are closing in rural towns.
Dozens of people have turned out in Glastonbury high street this afternoon to protest over the closing of Barclay's bank.
It closed its doors for the final time today, leaving the town with only one other bank, Lloyds - but this too, is set to close next month.
Residents of the town have been campaigning to keep at least one of their high street branches.