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Glastonbury Fair, 19th June 1971. The Festival moved to the time of Featured 01226 Print

Glastonbury Fair, 19th June 1971. The Festival moved to the time of

Glastonbury Fair, 19th June 1971.
The Festival moved to the time of the Summer Solstice and was known as the Glastonbury Fayre. It had been planned by Andrew Kerr and Arabella Churchill who felt all other festivals at the time were over commercialised. It was paid for by the few who supported the ideal so the entrance was free and took a medieval tradition of music, dance, poetry, theatre, lights and spontaneous entertainment. It was in this year that the first pyramid stage was constructed out of scaffolding and expanded metal covered with plastic sheeting, built on a site above the Glastonbury-Stonehenge ley line. The musicians who performed recorded a now very rare album. The Festival is also captured a la Woodstock" by a 1972 film crew that included Nick Roeg, Sandy Lieberson and Si Litvinoff. This film was called Glastonbury Fayre.
Acts included: Hawkwind, Traffic, Melanie, David Bowie, Joan Baez, Fairport Convention and Quintessence.
Attendance: estimated at 12,000.
Price: free.
Info from
Picture taken 19th June 1971

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George Harrison pours himself a cup of tea in his carriage as The Beatles arrive at Featured 01226 Print

George Harrison pours himself a cup of tea in his carriage as The Beatles arrive at

George Harrison pours himself a cup of tea in his carriage as The Beatles arrive at Bangor Station in North Wales, from London Euston, to embark upon a 10-day conference on Transcendental Meditation with the Maharishi Mahesh Yogi.
Crowds of fans were at the station to greet them. A female fan is seen here looking into the carriage window to be close to George and the group.
Picture taken 25th August 1967

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5-year-old Zahida Khan, whose home is in Mauritius, today arrived at her aunts home in Featured 01226 Print

5-year-old Zahida Khan, whose home is in Mauritius, today arrived at her aunts home in

5-year-old Zahida Khan, whose home is in Mauritius, today arrived at her aunts home in Meopham, Kent, to await the vital operation she has to undergo as she has a hole in the heart. At the beginning of May, her aunt, Mrs Janet Dinaully, set out to raise £600 in the next 8 weeks to bring her niece to a London hospital. The Mirror printed Zahida's story and an anonymous reader sent in £222.50. Then the Mirror stepped in. Readers sent generous donations and the Mirror told Mrs Danaully that it would make up the rest of the money needed. An eminent London surgeon promised to operate free of charge when Zahida arrived in England. 2nd July 1974

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