In pictures: Glastonbury 2022

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Glastonbury Festival has returned for the first time in three years

Thousands of people have been enjoying Glastonbury Festival after a forced hiatus due to the Covid pandemic.

This year’s festival has featured its youngest-ever solo headline in Billie Eilish and Sir Paul McCartney as the oldest. As well as the music Greta Thunberg also made a surprise appearance.

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Kendrick Lamar ended his headline set with a powerful protest at the roll-back of abortion rights in the US

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Soul music legend Diana Ross took to the Pyramid stage on the final day of the festival

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Festival goers relax under Glastonbury’s newspaper, editions of which were released on Thursday and Sunday

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George Ezra performed on the John Peel stage on Sunday

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It certainly beats a sleeping bag

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Former The Only Way Is Essex cast member Megan McKenna performed on the Acoustic stage on Sunday

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Sir Paul McCartney was joined by US rock legends Dave Grohl and Bruce Springsteen when he headlined the Pyramid Stage on Saturday night

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Megan Thee Stallion made her Glastonbury debut on the Other stage on Saturday

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The competition for best festival headdress has been fierce this weekend

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The Pyramid Stage was also home to Haim on Saturday

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Not everyone’s favourite part of the festival experience

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Yungblud performed on the John Peel stage on Saturday

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Thunberg’s appearance was warmly received by the crowd

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Hope those at the back brought their binoculars. Thousands of people enjoyed the performances throughout the weekend

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Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky addressed the crowd at The Other Stage as the festival opened on Friday

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As always, festival-goers’ fancy dress did not disappoint

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Pete Doherty of the Libertines performs on The Other Stage shortly after Mr Zelensky’s address

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These two won’t be getting sunburnt

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AJ Tracey opened his set with a message about the Grenfell Tower disaster

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Skin of Skunk Anansie mingles with her fans

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Olivia Rodrigo, whose song Drivers License was the most streamed in the world on Spotify last year, makes her Glastonbury debut

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Eurovision winners The Kalush Orchestra from Ukraine perform on the Truth stage

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Festival-goers took part in a Tango dance lesson during day four of Glastonbury Festival

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Billie Eilish, 20, made history as the festival’s youngest ever solo headliner on Friday

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Did someone say summer? Oh well, some performers appeared as frozen arctic explorers

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This group of friends from Shepton Mallet appear to have misplaced their vehicles

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