we didn't have anything stolen last year, but my son used the lock-up for his guitar when we were out watching bands. It wasn't too far from our tent, and there was a suggested donation to charity for using it... I think it was 50p! It was a big marquee-type thing, so plenty of room for almost anything you care to store securely!
Post by CND Lock-up Monkeys on Jan 28, 2008 8:58:17 GMT
Top of the morning, hopefully CND will be back in 2008 looking after all your special things for you.
We're open 24 hours a day from noon on Thursday to noon on Monday. We'll store anything that you might have with you, from passports to bikes. We ask for a suggested donation of £5, this goes towards our anti-nuclear campaigning. For the fiver, you can take stuff in and out whenever you like. We also charge phones for £3 a go.
Incidentally it's CND's birthday this year, to celebrate we're off to the Aldermaston bomb factory on Easter Monday (24th March), come and join us...
Have you ever had anyone who, like, loves nuclear missiles come and store something at the lock-up and complain about donating to CND?
I have visions of some sort of steel-haired cigar-chewing general with a crewcut stomping around the festival in a bad mood, muttering, "I only came to see the Super goddamn Furry Animals, and they didn't even play House Of The Rising Sun."
Good luck with the birthday protest. I will resist the temptation to say that it "sounds like a blast".
Post by CND Lock-up Monkeys on Feb 1, 2008 11:24:40 GMT
Oddly enough we haven't, but that might be because our staff are so terrifying. Ahem.
Actually I suspect that even people who outwardly claim to support nuclear weapons realise that, upon reflection, their position is somewhat untenable. Given that they are indiscriminate weapons of mass destruction that are intended for use on civilian populations.