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Emily Eavis asks Glastonbury to ‘bring it all home’ as rubbish and tents litter Worthy Farm Bath City News

After an incredible weekend at Glastonbury Festival 2022, festival-goers are about to have that post-festival blues as they pack their bags and return to normalcy. But amid all the fun, co-host and all-around legend Emily Eavis asked her beloved music fans to remember one very important thing.

She tweeted mid afternoon yesterday (Sunday June 26) asking people to “PLEASE bring everything home”. Festivals can often grab headlines for the incredible amount of things including; tents, chairs, personal items and more left on site for stewards to clean up.

Emily said: “Thank you for making this so special @Glastonbury. If you’re starting to think about packing then PLEASE take it all home with you. Let’s leave this beautiful valley as it is. she deserves. Enjoy the rest of the Festival! #LoveTheFarm #LeaveNoTrace.”

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Unfortunately, according to our reporters on the ground, it seems that not everyone responded to this request. Sharing a photo of a whiteboard with the words “Bye bye! Bon voyage! Please leave no trace! See you next year!”, TV writer and celebrity Maisie Lillywhite said: “A message that has been repeated throughout the weekend, but carries a heavy irony and hint of sadness with this morning as people left tents, camping chairs and other belongings/garbage at Worthy Farm.”

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