Shelter at Glastonbury

22 June 2011

Glastonbury festival's Pyramid Stage

Shelter is taking our Rogue Landlords campaign to the John Peel Stage at Glastonbury this year.

We’ll be joining thousands of festival goers – and hoping for sunny weather – at Worthy Farm this weekend, to spread awareness of our work with homeless and badly housed people, and campaigning to protect tenants who rent their homes.

If you’re going to the summer’s biggest festival, come and see our friendly Shelter helpers (sporting clipboards and Evict Rogue Landlord placards) at the John Peel Stage, and look out for Shelter signs, banners and videos!

The late DJ and journalist John Peel was a committed Shelter supporter throughout his life, with proceeds from his Will, the John Peel Tribute Concert and John Peel Day helping to fund our work with families in desperate housing need. Shelter is very proud to be continuing his legacy.

Not going to Glastonbury? You can still support our campaign:

Sign our petition to evict rogue landlords 

We'll also be tweeting Glastonbury news, celeb gossip and campaign updates on Twitter. Follow Shelter on Twitter