J - Jesus Arms - Greenbelt's pub, meeting place and venue for the infamous 'Beer and Hymns.' The other drinking hole is the Blue Nun Wine Bar - back on site after a couple of years in exile. In the new, more compact layout of the festival village, the JA is conveniently situated next to mainstage and food traders. I only made it over there a couple of times this year; the terrain thereabouts bearing a passing resemblance to a lunar landscape, (wasn't sure if the bumps and lumps were compacted molehills, cowpats or rabbit holes!). My mainstage visits, apart from Sunday's Communion service weren't intentional, more a case of catching whatever was on whilst en route to loos or to fetch my tea, but I did manage to catch some of Sinead O'Connor on one evening and the great Folk On. (Not playing together, obviously!)
K - Can't for the life of me remember what I'd intended to put here.
L - Loos! What can I say....When one or more Greenbelters are gathered together, the conversation turns either to the weather or toilets: old, new, state of the facilities therein, length of queues, location of, the dreaded long-drop loos from way back in the Good Old Days of Dene Park, Castle Ashy and Knebworth (Cue chorus of Monty Pythons 'Four Yorkshiremen'). No cosy, warm, civilised Ladies and Gents with hot water and
|Is this Dr Who's Tardis? No - it's a scenic view of Utility Point Six|