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Leave no trace

Glastonbury 2021 50th Anniversary.

Thousands of music and art lovers will descend upon the English county of Somerset to attend Glastonbury Festival 2021 next year.

The scale, infrastructure and transformation of the event and land is so immense that it is easy to forget that, for the rest of the year, the beautiful farmland festival site with streams and woodlands is home to local thriving wildlife and roaming herds of cows.

Look after the farm

There are over two hundred thousand people involved with this much loved event including attendees and traders. A huge amount of waste is produced throughout the festival. Therefore, we all have a duty to ensure that the farm land is looked after now and for the future.

Although it’s a massive task, there are many ways that people can reduce their carbon footprint at and increase the sustainability of Glastonbury Festival.

Protect the future of Glastonbury 

Boutique glamping

You can hire eco-friendly camping spaces and glamping supplies for your stay as opposed to disposing of single-use products. Luxmode supply luxurious glamping accommodation with en-suite facilities. Our 5-star eco-friendly tent range is available to book direct with us now for 2021.


Also, some of our amazing tents and en-suite bathroom pods will be available through Pilton Manor Boutique Glamping, Sustainable Camping and Pop Up Hotel:



Pilton Manor, run by hospitality experts, is supplying a new 24hour buggy service for 2021 to get you where you want to be fast.

To find out more about Luxmode boutique festival glamping check out our gallery


luxmode at glastonbury 2019

Protect the future of Glastonbury 

Recycle and reuse

Place your waste into the correct recycling bins and only use what you need.

Luxmode glamping facilities are an easy and effective way of reducing your carbon footprint. After all the partying, you can unwind and refresh in the en-suite bathroom pods with sink. So there’s no need for disposable wipes which are an environmental problem as they break down into micro-plastics.

Use water responsibly

By using a reusable water bottle you will be reducing waste and litter. These can be refilled for free at WaterAid kiosks and taps across the Festival site. Please remember to turn taps off to conserve water.

Refrain from urinating on the land

By using toilets provided throughout the festival site such female urinals known as “Shepees” and compost loos you will help to reduce the contamination caused by people urinating on the land.

Lift share

Help to reduce our carbon footprint by joining Festival-goers that travel to the Festival by public transport or a lift share


Luxmode are committed to protecting the environment. We strive each year to reduce our environmental footprint.

To find out more about our boutique festival glamping visit:


Get in touch

We would really love to hear from you, so get in touch now to see how we can help

Please call us on: +44 (0)330 2211 099

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