GLASTO CLEAN-UP BEGINS

Hundreds of thousands of mud caked music fans face the real world once more…

A massive clean-up operation is underway at WORTHY FARM as over 100,000 music fans make their way home from SOMERSET.

The Glastonbury festival is now officially over, after headline appearances from Oasis, Paul McCartney and, last night (June 27), Muse.

It is now confirmed that crime in and around the festival site has been at one of its lowest levels in recent years.

According to Avon And Somerset Police, at 8am today crime remains 40 per cent down on 2003.

Excluding drug offences, there have been 186 reported crimes – a drop of 40 per cent. Robbery remains 87 per cent down, with two incidents reported in the since Wednesday of last week. Assaults remain 83 per cent down, with four offences reported.

Elsewhere, theft from tents is down 61 per cent. Theft overall is down 38 per cent, while drug offences have accounted for one third of all reported crime.