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The next Glastonbury Festival will be taking place from the 26th to the 30th of June 2019, festival organisers have confirmed.
The Festival of Contemporary Performing Arts will be held at the Worthy Farm, Pilton in Somerset.
The team confirmed in 2016 that they would be taking a fallow year next year, meaning the festival would not be happening in 2018, "in order to give the farm, the village and the Festival team the traditional year off".
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A helicopter will lift forty tonnes of aggregate to the top of Glastonbury Tor, in order to repair the erosion.
The repairs will be done today, 18 October, and is expected to take around six hours.
The work has been organised by the National Trust, who hope the protective measures will last a number of years.
The erosion is said to have been caused by the thousands of visitors to the hill.