Thatchers gear up for Glastonbury festival

PUBLISHED: 16:00 25 June 2014

Thatchers have teamed up with Glastonbury festival to provide cider across the site

Thatchers have teamed up with Glastonbury festival to provide cider across the site


THATCHERS cider is preparing to make its debut appearance at the UK’s biggest music festival.

Glastonbury officially kicks-off tomorrow, and more 130,000 ticket-holders will have the chance to sample the Sandford based cider company’s brew.

Managing director Martin Thatcher said: “We hope that festival goers love our ciders as much as we are going to love being at the festival for the first time.

“Our partnership with Glastonbury is giving us the opportunity to bring two Somerset farming families together to offer something very special.”

Thatchers Gold will be available in all of the festival’s bars across the 1,200-acre site.

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