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‘About those loos’: The summer festival survival guide

August 23, 2018

Festival season has kicked off in the UK and for a few precious days, revellers at Reading and Leeds – or at those other big summer shindigs Daresbury's Creamfields and SW4 Festival in London – will be able to escape the daily grind, throw their inhibitions on the growing rubbish heap and enjoy the euphoria and excitement that only a festival can bring.

But festivals can be daunting, for novices and regulars alike. A few inside secrets will make it an experience to tell your grandkids about. Or for your grandkids to tell you about.


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