Here's a good British Geological Survey post with map about why Glastonbury gets so muddy, something that the BBC also picked up on.
The location is worth exploring perhaps in Google Earth or similar? It's a bowl and water drains down into the bottom, and 170 000 pairs of feet doesn't do much for the soil structure. Some great tweeted images to capture now while you have the chance.
Thinking of putting this back into Year 7 curriculum for the coming year. Also found an old Collins Update I wrote for the KS3 textbook series that was shelved while I was working for the GA, on the links between Geography and Music - lots of exciting ideas there.
Last night, I watched the live stream of Sigur Ros, which was excellent…
Click the map below to see 'the geography' of Glastonbury 2016….