The squatters, ravers and travellers who exported British festival culture to Europe

Reading Time: 3 minutes In 1992, thousands of New Age travellers, ravers and gypsies converged on Castlemorton Common in Worcestershire for a week-long free festival. Widely reported in the press, the event attracted an estimated 20,000 to 40,000 people and became impossible for the police to close down. Tom Hunter, then a student at the London College of Printing, was involved … Continue reading The squatters, ravers and travellers who exported British festival culture to Europe