Today, Councillor Paul Lund (Glastonbury Town Council) and myself went to the on-site festival office. I delivered my letter for Michael & Emily Eavis and a few pages of info on what I have recently learned of why 5G is unsafe for the festival. I emphasised that it’s a massive risk to human health to use the festival site for the as yet unknown technology of 5G.
We were treated very courteously by staff and we have requested for somebody who represents the festival team to come to tonight’s Glastonbury Town Council meeting at 7pm, where the motion to Stop 5G in the town will be voted on.
I explained that this would be a good opportunity for Glastonbury Festival representative to be involved in the meeting and have access to all the research that will be provided on the potential dangers of 5G by people in Glastonbury who have been researching for a long time now. I also explained that 5G is a completely different technology to existing 3G/4G.
We were told that EE have said 5G is safe. I explained that EE would say that because they are the telecommunications company who want to sell mobile phones and 5G technology.
I explained that we were there in peace and wanted to work together with festival organisers to ensure that they are completely aware of what the risks of 5G are not only to human health but to the environment too.
We really hope that a representative comes to the meeting.