He said: "The majority of people have been using satellite and coming off the M5 - we would stress that there are other routes down. Glastonbury founder Michael Eavis said he believed the weather, combined with the line-up, means this year's festival will be "unusually good".
Councillors in Wiltshire and Somerset and the Highways Agency appealed saying traffic would move onto local ro. Revellers have been hauling boxes of alcohol somefset camping gear as they trundle to their chosen camping spots.
Monday will also be another busy day as people make their way home. Earlier, former Oasis frontman, Liam Gallagher was seen arriving at Castle Cary - the nearest railway station to Pilton.
A spokesman for the Ghis said: "The suggested turning ban would turn Bath into a surprise dead-end for hundreds of lorries. During the one-year break, Mr Eavis grew wheat on the festival fields.
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Glastonbury is returning after a one-year hiatus in the Olympic summer of He is rumoured to be playing a set with his band Beady Eye. The DfT upheld the appeal saying Vet looking for nsa tonight alternative scheme had to be found. Somepeople will attend the festival in Somerset with an estimated 20, of them expected to arrive by coach or train.
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Traffic has been flowing steadily along the main ro into the acre festival site, at Worthy Farm, near Pilton. Looking Real Sex Aultman the Wombles will not be returning to the stage, some of the more unusual acts over the next few days include Sir Bruce Forsyth, country star Kenny Rogers and the Dalai Lama's Tibetan Monks.
Bath and North East Somerset Council wanted the A36 taken out of the national road network so it could impose an tonne weight limit. Earlier the DfT upheld the Hines OR housewives personals against Banes and told the authority it must work with Wiltshire and Somerset councils to "identify an alternative scheme that will be acceptable to all parties".
But Wiltshire and Somerset councils together with the Highways Agency objected to the plan, claiming the proposal had "not followed the required process by securing agreement from other affected local authorities".