BSW donating to Glastonbury Installation

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It’s that time of year again – after taking a year off, the Glastonbury Festival preparations are in full swing.

One thing that never ceases to amaze us is the diversity of job titles, roles and responsibilities and some of the whacky and exciting things our students do!

James Brennan, who studies the CIM Diploma in Professional Marketing with us has found himself involved in what promises to be one of the most talked about experiences of Glastonbury 2019. After class today at The Guild in Carlisle he was heading straight to Worthy Farm to check how the finishing touches look.

BSW Group has donated over 2,500 logs to the BEAM installation, a multi-sensory experience at this year’s Glastonbury Festival which has been designed by award-winning artist Wolfgang Buttress.

As anyone who’s been to Glastonbury will tell you the Greenpeace Field is by far one of the most relaxing places on site. And the addition of the thought-provoking BEAM installation fits nicely with Glastonbury’s theme of biodiversity.

Find out more HERE.

If you are visiting Glastonbury this weekend, we hope you enjoy the experience, the sunshine (if that is forecast) and of course the music!