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I’ve been pondering on how to cover my costs without compromising my writing, or the trust of my readers. I think I’ve come up with a rather ‘Normal for Glastonbury’ solution. I’m a big fan of the ‘Magic Hat’. It’s a way of funding gatherings where people put whatever monetary contribution they can afford into the hat and (hopefully) the running costs get covered. It’s about inclusivity and sharing – no one gets left out but those that can have the opportunity to be generous and supportive. I’m putting out my own Magic Hat, via Paypal to support my running and living costs and enable me to spend more time telling people around the world about Glastonbury. 

The more funding I receive the more time I will be able to spend on writing posts for Normal For Glastonbury. I want to support other creative people in the town by writing about their work, so they reach a wider audience too, so a donation to Normal For Glastonbury makes you a Patron of the Arts!

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If you aren’t in a position to give financial support to the blog that’s absolutely fine, it will still be free for you to read. You can make a valuable contribution to my writing – let me know what you would like me to write about, ‘like’ my facebook page and contribute your own stories and comments, share my blog and facebook posts (this is really important – it’s how I reach more readers!), subscribe to the blog by email. See my ’Hire Me’ page if you’d like to pay me to help you with your own projects. Or you can commission a post.

Whatever you can do to help you are directly supporting my writing and helping me to bring more visitors and revenue to the town, to support all its creative people and businesses.

Thank you, I really do appreciate everyone in the Normal For Glastonbury web community,

Vicki x