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Founder: Best Glastonbury yet

The founder of Glastonbury Festival, Michael Eavis, has said that in 43 years of running Britain's most famous musical event he has never put on a better one.

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A dry start for those heading to Glastonbury

Thousands of music fans will be hoping for dry weather at Glastonbury this weekend.

Aftera dry start for those heading to the festival today it looks like some (mostly patchy) rain will be heading in later tomorrow and into tomorrow night.

Friday, Saturday and Sunday will escape generally dry.

There has been eight years where Glastonbury has remained dry - most recently in 2010 where hot, sunny conditions kept the site mud-free and temperatures exceeded 27C.

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