Glastonbury Festival fans manage interruptions again
Fans are plunging on the Glastonbury Festival unprecedented for a considerable length of time, notwithstanding the way that development interference has made issues for some.
More than 200,000 festival members will appear at Worthy Farm in Somerset for the event, highlighted by Billie Eilish, Sir Paul McCartney and Kendrick Lamar.
However, train travel has been forestalled by a strike on Tuesday, with two additional expected Thursday and Saturday.
One fan, Sarah Hogg, says she is by and by "troubled" about making the trip.
The 33-year-old from Newcastle had booked a seat on a train to London on Thursday morning, which would have her there to get a pre-booked tutor to the festival.
Regardless, she's as of now should pass on after work on Wednesday night to win eventually the last train to London, where she'll then, need to pass out on a friend's sofa.
Sarah's flawlessly organized adventure has changed into a 24-hour diligence test, including an extra day remaining close by in London. "It's made me inconceivably fearful about it and it's basically added pressure.