Glastonbury founder has train named after him

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Glastonbury founder has train named after him

The founder of Glastonbury Festival has been recognised for his contribution to the music scene and to Somerset.

Michael Eavis was in Paddington this morning after a First Great Western train was named in his honour.

Speaking to us earlier, Michael said this moment has the been the pinnacle of the 45 years since the festival first began.

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