Glastonbury no longer just for hippies as City gets ready to party

Glastonbury has started to appeal to a much wider audience
Once the reserve of hippies and staunch lefties, Glastonbury has started to appeal to a much wider audience, with luxury winnebagos for £8,250 a pop for those not in favour of pitching tents. This year, we’re expecting Glasto regulars RLM Finsbury founder Roland Rudd, Deloitte head of property Andy Rothery, Serco’s newbie chief Rupert Soames and UBS’ global head of investment management tax Zoe Hart to make the trip. Let’s hope they’ve got their wellies.

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