F - Franciscans - There on the campsite, the brown-robed First Order brothers and sisters and in the resources area where the Third Order, of whom I'm one, had their stall. The former, and more recently members of other religious orders, have been a calming presence at Greenbelt for many years now.
Facebook - Like Marmite again; Greenbelt has several groupings on the dreaded Facebook. I find them a mixed blessing. Great for getting practical information on the nuts 'n bolts of the festival, to have fun, and to make new contacts. It's good to have some familiar faces to look out for once you're there on the campsite. It's useful to have a place where you can feedback post festival, too. The downside, and I guess this applies on all social media, is that arguments can get extremely intense, misunderstandings can blow up in a matter of minutes. Sometimes it's better to 'Travel light' and take a break.
G - The Grove - A woodland, sylvan area by the lake. One of the sister venues to the one where I was volunteering, it had a similar, contemplative vibe, with a more eco feel to it. I didn't actually get to any of the events there, though from what I saw on the programme visitors there spent much time being At One With the Soil (as indeed we all did by the time Monday's rainstorms arrived).
Glamping - At the beginning of the festival I cast many a supercilious glance across at this encampment of luxury yurts. By the end, the thought of forking out a small fortune to have access to hot water, cooking facilities and your own private block of loos seemed entirely justified!
H - Higgedy Pies. Mmmmmm!