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16 May 2005 1919 BST

Glastonbury A-Z
Sarah Parish - H is for...
Sarah Parish
Sarah Parish gives us H...

We have been compiling an A to Z of the Glastonbury Festival and have been asking famous people to come up with what Glastonbury means to them... Somerset-born star of Cutting It Sarah Parish goes next...


Interview with Sarah Parish
Cutting It


>>> Sarah experienced her first taste of fame after appearing as the Boddingtons girl in a series of television adverts.

>>> While waiting for her 'big break' Sarah worked as a chocolate seller.

>>> Since landing the role of receptionist Dawn Budge in Peak Practice in 1998, Sarah's never looked back. After leaving the show in 1999, Sarah's been a regular in The Vice, Hearts and Bones and Cutting It.

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H is for...

Glastonbury 2002 (image courtesy: Andi Lepki)
Bit of H here?


Glastonbury is great - people go crazy and it's a place to forget about who you are and do what you want.

You step into a completely different atmosphere and really get into peace and harmony.

Crowds at Glastonbury

Glastonbury is a place to forget about who you are and step into a completely different atmosphere

I used to go to Pilton Pop Festival years ago and sit on the grass with my friends, enjoying the music.

I also went last year - what a phenomenon - amazing.

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