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By Solfest HQ, 14 August 2013 – 4 comments
Volunteers from West Cumbria

Caption: Zoe Forster, Johnstone Forster, Emily Scott, Robbie Harrison, Ryan Morris and Katie Swan at work on the Solfest site making preperations for next weeks festival.

Caption: St Bees based artist Dawn Mills has created this Castlerigg Triptych for stage manager Dave Camlin to display on the Drystone Stage at Solfest.

Volunteers from West Cumbria, Zoe Forster, Johnstone Forster, Emily Scott, Robbie Harrison, Ryan Morris and Katie Swan at work on the Solfest site making preperations for next weeks festival.

 

St Bees based artist Dawn Mills has created this Castlerigg Triptych for stage manager Dave Camlin to display on the Drystone Stage at Solfest.

4 comments

  • Solfest first timer

    26 August 2013, 10.00pm

    Had a fantastic time. So so so friendly and good for families. Well done solfest, rumours were this is the last? I hope not. Who said toilets were dirty, smelly and a health hazard at festivals ? Not at this one. My only complaint is open it up more to the public. Thousands of locals of all ages would most proabaly like to know what all about but perhaps not as a resident of three days! Get a Sunday day pass sorted!

  • Steven Pattinson

    28 August 2013, 9.48pm

    what a fantastic weekend!!! so many great memories - massive thanks to the hard working committee and all the volunteers - already looking forward to 2014 - thanks once again

  • vivlezmarvin scotts

    04 September 2013, 10.25pm

    A pleasure such a pleasure. From monday we arrived to the following monday we had such a wonderful experience once again. This was the best festival of the whole summer like festivals should be and stay being. So many festivals move on to greater things - oppressive security, ferris wheels, tacky shops, no cars next to tents, searching bags and rucksacks, no alcohol on site and it goes on and on. But Solfest have got it right (except for the paper arm bands - bring back cloth).

    The Music was so good we still have not stopped talking about it, every stage and tent we wandered into or up to kept out senses going. The night music was brilliant and so diverse you could learn at every corner something new. Thank you for all the hard work the people went to make this all happen and the workers on the shop floor - who needs Balfour Beatty!!!!

  • vivlezmarvin scotts

    04 September 2013, 10.29pm

    A pleasure such a pleasure. From monday we arrived to the following monday we had such a wonderful experience once again. This was the best festival of the whole summer like festivals should be and stay being. So many festivals move on to greater things - oppressive security, ferris wheels, tacky shops, no cars next to tents, searching bags and rucksacks, no alcohol on site and it goes on and on. But Solfest have got it right (except for the paper arm bands - bring back cloth).

    The Music was so good we still have not stopped talking about it, every stage and tent we wandered into or up to kept our senses going. The night music was brilliant and so diverse you could learn at every corner something new. Thank you for all the hard work the people went to make this all happen and the workers on the shop floor - who needs Balfour Beatty!!!!

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