The UK’s leading provider of specialist operated and self-drive hire vehicles has been praised by a major landscape contractor, which enlisted its services during the famous Glastonbury festival last month.
“Although festival-goers are long gone, the great Glastonbury clean-up is still very much in progress,” explained General Manager at The Landscape Group, Charles Elliott. “Safe access to the site before, during and after the festival is crucial, and it’s our job to ensure the local road network is safe and clear of debris.
“Having successfully worked alongside Go Plant for a number of years, they were the natural chosen supplier and, as usual, we were not disappointed with the service provided. The VT651 vehicles were perfectly suited to the job at hand and we wouldn’t hesitate to enlist the support of Go Plant again at next year’s event.”
The full Glastonbury clean-up operation is expected to take up to six weeks before organiser Michael Eavis’ dairy farm can resume functioning.
Go Plant’s Business Development Manager for the Southern Region, Shaun Smithson, added: “We were delighted to support The Landscape Group at such a prestigious festival, and look forward to playing a role in many more events in the future.”