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2014 Glastonbury Festival Guide, Hints and Tips - The Stone Circle in the Sacred Space

A guide to getting the most out of your 2014 Glastonbury Festival!

Posted on 19 Jun 2014

We're finally there! Today is the day DC Site Services starts arriving at Glastonbury Festival to start getting things ready for our first team of staff who will be arriving at Glastonbury tomorrow! We hope you've now got all you need, packed your bag and planned your travel. Please do have a read of our recent news articles and the info in DCSS PAAM and don't hesitate to get in touch if you have any queries! Before you head down to Worthy Farm we'd also recommend you have a read of the new 2 ... read more

DC Site Services working at Glastonbury Festival

In less than a week we'll be at the 2014 Glastonbury Festival!

Posted on 15 Jun 2014

With Glastonbury Festival just around the corner it’s time to dust off the wellies and start trying to remember all the things you forgot last year! Please do make sure you login to DCSS PAAM to check you've confirmed your position, uploaded the necessary documents (as outlined in your info pack), and if required you've contacted us to book a spot on the DC Site Services shuttle bus which will be running on Monday 23rd and Tuesday 24th June. If you have any queries regarding your position, arr ... read more

DC Site Services event staff in a briefing at the Glastonbury Festival

New 2014 events and festivals added to the DC Site Services staff calendar!

Posted on 05 Jun 2014

We've just added new events and festivals to the 2014 DC Site Services event calendar! The new events you can apply to include: Proms in The Park Big Feastival Kew the Music Bioshakhi Mela Bermonsey Carnival Rochester Castle Concerts You can login to DCSS PAAM and apply for the new events now! We'll also be adding new winter events to the calendar soon so keep your eye on our website and social feeds! If you missed your chance to work with us at Glastonbury Festival but are still k ... read more

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I wanted to send a personal message of thanks to you and your team for all their hard work in assisting with the delivery of the broadcast recording at Whitby Abbey. 

From my perspective, I tried incredibly hard to impress on everyone involved in the production just how important it was to ‘leave no trace’ and I have been thrilled to hear the feedback that has suggested we were largely successful in that quest.  The way the venue was kept spotless and ‘sanitised’ is a credit to you and your on-site colleagues – so well done.

It was an absolute pleasure to work with DC Site Services again and both Frankie and I look forward to doing so again in the future.

Dick Tee
EnTEEtainment Ltd