May 28, 2004 14:35


Hospitality passes go onsale on Ebay - and it's all for charity...

Tickets for this year’s GLASTONBURY are being auctioned on EBAY – but in aid of charity.

Three pairs of hospitality tickets for this year’s festival are being auctioned on eBay to raise funds for international charity, WaterAid.

This is the second time this year WaterAid will benefit from Glastonbury – three pairs of hospitality tickets were also auctioned in April and fetched more than £4,500.

The auction will run for ten days, from one minute past midnight on June 5 to midnight on June 15.

WaterAid Fundraising Manager It Emily Boyd-Carpenter said: "We’re absolutely thrilled that we raised so much money from the first auction and really hope that people will bid as generously again.

"The demand for this year’s festival has been phenomenal with all tickets selling out in a matter of hours. With security being a major issue this year and rigorous ID checks being made at all the gates, any touted tickets will be worthless so we hope there’ll be a lot of interest in our eBay listing."

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