Over 40 years Glastonbury has been delighting music lovers with headline acts and new upcoming artists. Three days in Somerset and with over 180,000 people, an important element of the experience is food.
So how good is the food there?
Well, there are definitely food heroes and villains here. The real heroes are the ones who showed love and care for the food they served and some obvious ones were Smokestak, Anna Mae's and Gilcombe Farm.
Why did these three stand out?
Because they were the ones that put love into their food and seemed to actually care about that which they served. Others did too, however, catering for so many people can be difficult, especially in the rain, mud and demand. Caring for your food is important and these were the occasions that food and the people were the winners at Glastonbury.
The festival is for the Performing Arts and the Music here is what stands out; good food and drink is secondary but when you can get some of the good stuff, do not hesitate.