Glastonbury legend Michael Eavis gave an exclusive interview at a special charity event while sharing stories of festivals, farmings and social housing.
The Bath Boules Week – presented by Creative Bath, is the largest charity event seen in Bath, which brings together local residents, visitors, businesses and charities in Bath through a French game and a lot of fun. All in the aid of raising money for local causes.“An Evening With Eavis” took place at Bath’s Queen Square and featured music, clips from the festival, delicious street food and a Q&A, amongst other things.Amongst sharing stories about festival mud and one beautiful moment of singing along with Coldplay during the Glastonbury celebration, the Glastonbury Festival founder and creator also went on to talk about some very inspirational things.
Eavis discussed building 53 houses to rent for working people by the end of 2018 and went on to talk about how self-esteem and the joy of “giving back” – supporting schools, playgrounds and social housing is more exciting than the festival itself.
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The epic night ended with a special screening of the Julien Temple film, Glastonbury.As an added bonus, Eavis even took time to meet and bless the upcoming wedding of a lovely couple that met at Glastonbury Festival!