CND at Glastonbury

We took our Scrap Trident message to hundreds of thousands of people at Glastonbury again this year. Thank you to everyone who signed our petition, the artists and the CND volunteers who made the 2015 event such a success. Take a look at our video and our photos to see what we got up to this year.

Pyramid Stage Video

 The CND Video playing on the Pyramid Stage

CND Maze

 CND Maze in Shangri-La

We asked 'How would you spend £100 billion? NHS, nuclear weapons or combating climate change?'

Enter Shikari

 Enter Shikari showing their support with CND volunteers


 Super Furry Animals


 Jessie Ware


 Young Fathers

Reep speaking

Champion Beatboxer Reeps One speaking on behalf of CND on the Pyramid Stage

Beans on Toast 5

 Beans on Toast

Buy your own CND logo Tshirt


 Nuclear Weapons Belong in The Past Photobooth at the Green Futures CND tent

More photos can be found in our facebook album


Glastonbury Festival was founded in 1970 by CND-supporter Michael Eavis. Throughout the 1980s the festival was closely linked with CND, helping to raise awareness of nuclear weapons and through donating money from ticket sales to CND.  In 1981 the Pyramid Stage was rebuilt with the CND symbol taking pride of place at the top. Glastonbury Festival became the biggest source of funding for CND, bringing in £100,000 for us at the 1986 festival alone!

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The festival is an important part of CND's campaigning calendar, providing a welcoming place for us to speak to hundreds of people. Throughout the years, many musicians and celebrities have supported our campaign, and many have spoken in support from the stages at Glastonbury. 

Marcus Brigstocke Glasto

Caroline Lucas Glasto


Comedian Marcus Brigstocke in 2009 Caroline Lucas MP in 2011 Author & Journalist Owen Jones in 2013




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