Have faith folks we’re getting the Trystonbury crew together for easter and we’ll be updating this site & Facebook with the plans for 2012’s event. In the meantime we’ve put the fab pics from last year by our official photographer Philippa www.newlandportraits.com/. on the gallery page.
Thanks to all who came and the sun who shone and made it a balmy and beautiful weekend for us all. Here are just some of the comments we received about this years event. For lots more pics and review see our Facebook page.
Words can’t really convey.. although Something Good certainly happened! Sterling organising effort, thank you. Big up the crew.. and the punters, trees, sunshine, DJ’s, tents, trucks, fires and friends. See you all next year x
–noun An appointment to meet at a certain date and time, especially one made somewhat secretly by lovers
late 14c., from O.Fr. tristre “appointed station in hunting,” possibly from a Scand. source (cf. O.N. treysta “to trust;” see trust)
His bird ambassadors go first astray and notify Hina, but finally the tryst is arranged, the bridal cortege arrives in state, and the bridal takes place.
—The Hawaiian Romance Of Laieikawai
Y: Moses said: “Your tryst is the Day of the Festival, and let the people be assembled when the sun is well up.”
—Three Translations of The Koran (Al-Quran) side by side
They stay late together, and the evidence of their tryst is there in the morning.
Trystonbury is located in part of the old Windsor Forest, a famous hunting park that has its own legend of a mysterious antler-headed rider and his baying hunting hounds.
Will Herne make a special guest appearance at Trystonbury 2011
The site also has many other links to historical and legendary times. We will keep adding em on here as we approach the festival. Hopefully they will get the creative juices flowing for ideas for fancy dress costumes or accessories for this years festival.
The site of Trystonbury oozes history, faded grandeur, a lost world, echoes of the wild wood and legends of the past. Its not surprising the site has been used in film. Here is a clip of the TV adaptation of “Alice in Wonderland” filmed in front of the ruined mansion and the ancient Beech tree. It features Robbie Coltrane as Tweedle Dee or is he Tweedle Dum? The Alice link to the site is apt also this year as we welcome some of the Rabbit Hole crew from Glastonbury who we have worked with at Glastonbury in 2009/10.