GLASTONBURY 2019 is simply huge — the festival site sprawls over more than 1,100 acres with the outer fence covering eight miles. So a map is essential if you want to navigate what's essentially a city of 140,000 people. Are there maps for Glastonbury 2019? Yes there are. The best one has been made by the festival’s mobile network operator EE. It is within the official mobile app which is an essential interactive guide to the four day monster festival at Worthy Farm. Along with a crucial interactive map, it includes a wide range of features, including personalised line-ups and up-to-date news and announcements. EE provides phone charging at its tent as well as 5G for the entire site. But it is still essential to print out a map, just in case your phone ruins out of juice or it’s lost in the maelstrom. This can be done on the festival website. Interactive guide to Glastonbury 2019 launched by EE What’s the best gate to go into … [Read more...] about Glastonbury 2019 maps: how to find your way around the festival
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PUBLISHED: 16:00 25 May 2019 | UPDATED: 16:19 25 May 2019 Sophie Barnett A range of local produce will be on offer at the Suffolk Show in 2019. Picture: SUFFOLK AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION Suffolk Agricultural Association Plan your route around the Suffolk Show ground with this downloadable map - featuring the famous live farming area, livestock shows, a new 60ft viewing platform, hundreds of food stalls and a real-life superhero area. Suffolk's biggest two day event returns in just four days time celebrating all that makes our county great. Use the map to plan which areas you are going to visit and where to park on the day - to help avoid long queues of traffic and increased journey time. The map, which can be downloaded onto mobile devices to take along with you on the day, has been colour coded into five segments - green, yellow, red, blue and cream. In the yellow area visitors can enjoy the popular Adnams food and drink experience alongside the … [Read more...] about Find your way round Suffolk Show with this downloadable map
Unless you have been living in a cave, all talk in Doncaster this week has revolved around one thing. No, I'm not talking about the ongoing hell of the dreaded B word (I'm forever steering clear of that in this column) but instead the grand opening of the town's refurbished and revamped Wool Market. Just in case you have been living in the aforementioned cave, £7 million has been spent on turning the indoor hall into a brand new food and drink extravaganza in a bid to inject new life into the market.READ MORE: Don Your Way: I’m back from illness – sorry it wasn’t fatalCraft ale, street food, quirky stalls, the new look Wool Market is far removed from noisy traders chucking apples in a bag, but is being marketed (excuse the pun) as a valuable and different commodity for the town to enjoy and revitalising the economy.Not just a daytime venue, the new Wool Market also offers booze and night time live entertainment - as well as a whole host of new and exciting … [Read more...] about Don Your Way: We demand new things so why are people moaning about new Wool Market?
I'm not a big watcher of TV. There, I said it.There's lots of stuff that comes on the box that everyone rants and raves about but which has never crossed my radar.READ MORE: Don Your Way column: Lazy Doncaster journalist? Here’s the photo to prove itGame of Thrones? Never seen a single episode. Peaky Blinders? Nope, that's another one that hasn't entered into my atmosphere either.And the list goes on. Bodyguard, Call The Midwife, acclaimed comedies, dramas, whatever, there's many programmes which I just seem to miss out on.READ MORE: Don Your Way column: “I’m not trying to change the world or be big or clever”It's not because I'm trying to avoid them and somehow feel hip because I haven't bowed down to public pressure to take in the latest must-see show, I just don't seem to have the time, or I'm not in at the start when they're creating a buzz.I feel that if I miss the first episode, I'm playing catch up. And then I have to sit in an office of people saying … [Read more...] about Don Your Way column: Why I’ve never watched Game of Thrones or Peaky Blinders
The other day, I was picking up a few odds and sods of shopping at a well-known Doncaster supermarket. It's not particularly necessary to name it for the sake of this week's column, but let's just say it has a big orange sign and begins with S. I'm familiar with most of Doncaster's big supermarkets (and the little ones too), having had reason to call into most of them over the years.I'd only popped in for a few bits so picked up a basket rather than a trolley to get what I needed.READ MORE: Don Your Way: Lazy Doncaster journalist? Here's the photo to prove itAnd that's where the fun began.Firstly, all the baskets had gone from the front of the store so instead I had to go loitering around the tills until I managed to find one (and not that one that forms the bottom basket which is welded to the stand).Basket in hand, I set off in search of the stuff I needed, only to find the store had had a bit of a reshuffle since the last time I was in. So there I was, scooting up and down the … [Read more...] about Don Your Way: The secret spending tricks Doncaster supermarkets don’t want you to know