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Festivalgoers complained on Friday they wanted to leave the music festival because of the horrible conditions with one uploading a video to TikTok showing cars bogged in the mud accompanied by the soundtrack, ‘I wanna go home’. 

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‘To say sh*tty for some of you, it’s usual, blame the bus company, then make out how amazing you are being on the phone all day is NOT owning your stuff Splendour!!! Such a lack of compassion for the people who are paying you who you literally left out in the mud, hungry and cold all night,’ an attendee responded to the latest apology.

‘Come on Splendour we deserve better than that and so do the bus drivers that were out there all night! More toilets and water isn’t going to fix a thing, especially those that couldn’t make it today because of getting home at a time when the rest of the state is waking up. What a slap in the face.’   

‘Travel time for customers has increased in large part due to the additional border controls for UK citizens who now have to have passports stamped and answer questions from French border officials before being allowed to cross. 

Passengers queue for ferries at the Port of Dover in Kent, as families embarking on summer getaways at the start of school holidays have been warned by ferry operators to expect delays of several hours at the border

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‘We’ve been on the phones all day to pull in as many additional transport options as we can. There will likely be wait times again tonight, but we will have extra measures in place to support you including toilets and water.

‘These measures include the installation of 50% more booths for use by French border control, improvements to internal traffic routes, provision of welfare facilities for passengers and the training of a team of Passenger Champions to provide help and information on-site.

‘We know last night’s journey home was sh*tty for some of you. It usually takes some time to get everyone out of the venue, we’re so sorry you had that experience at Splendour,’ the statement said on Sunday.

We’ve already spoken to the girls down the road in the campervan and they’re pretty bogged,’ festival attendee Ewan Roxborgh told the Splendour had its opening day cancelled on Friday after torrential rain turned the site into a marsh.

‘I was so frightened of being crushed in the bus crowd last night with peoples desperation escalating as the morning approached. No crowd control and no staff in sight! Thank god there were no casualties,’ she wrote.

‘While the music was incredible, your festival sucks. It was so poorly organised it appears you don’t actually care. Caring means resourcing the event adequately. You have to over resource so you have contingency to fall back on,’ another commented.

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