Following the Mendip District Council issue of a Public Entertainment Licence, crowds were limited to 30,000, proper toilets were provided and Radio Avalon (Glastonbury’s own radio station) went live. A £12 ticket provided performances by The Beat, UB40 and Curtis Mayfield. £45,000 was raised for the ‘Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament’ and other local charities.
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