AFTER five days of sun-soaked fun, festival goers have left Worthy Farm, home of the Glastonbury Festival.

Around 200,000 people attended the event to take in performances from the likes of The Cure, The Killers, Kylie Minogue and Sheryl Crow.

But on Monday, they all faced the long journey home.

These dramatic images show just how the site looks when the lights go down on the main stage and the stalls close to shoppers.

Festival organiser Emily Eavis praised the efforts of most revellers, who tried to 'love the farm, leave no trace'.

"Just heard that 99.3% of all tents were taken home," she tweeted.

"That is absolutely incredible… HUGE thanks to the record numbers who loved the farm and left no trace!"

The festival has been widely praised after banning the sale of plastic bottles at this year's event, cutting single-plastic bottle sales by an estimated 1 million.

Plastic cutlery and non-compostable plates were also banned, further reducing the environmental impact of the world's biggest festival.

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PICTURES: SWNS