Glastonbury 2011 launches Express train service

Glastonbury 2011 ticket holders in London and the North West are being offered a new private train and shuttle bus service to take them to the festival site.

The Glastonbury Express will run from London Euston to Cranmore Station, where a shuttle bus will take fans on to the campsite.

A service will also run from Preston, stopping at Bolton, Manchester Picadilly, Crewe and Stoke-on-Trent, also running to Cranmore Station.

Prices from each station are as follows:  Preston – £93, Bolton – £90, Manchester Picadilly – £87, Crewe – £70, Stoke-on-Trent – £60 and London Euston – £70.

Click here to book your train to Glastonbury.

Any fans traveling to Glastonbury via train will receive a Green Traveller lanyard, entitling them to discounts on food and T-shirts, and exclusive access to solar showers and compost toilets.

Glastonbury Festival 2011 takes place from 22-26 June at Worthy Farm, Pilton, UK.