Pirate party entertainer and maths supply teacher Captain Dan Tastic is once again raising funds for CARE International UK by painting personalised bins at this year’s Glastonbury Festival.
Festival-goers are making donations of at least £25 to have a bin decorated with an image and message of their choice. A scan of recent donations made to the fundraising campaign on JustGiving suggests that most people are donating £30 or more.
Captain Tastic raised £5,000 for the charity with his painted bins from the last Glastonbury Festival.
Design requests for this year include an engagement announcement, a tribute to Cecil the Lion, Peppa Pig holding a balloon, and a Jack Daniels whisky bottle label but with a friend’s name in place of the eponymous founder.
Last year’s designs
Last year’s designs included:
Dan Tastic is also running the London Marathon this month in aid of CARE International, and previously cycled from Morocco to Portugal to raise £3,000.
• Thanks to Paul de Gregorio for spotting this. He says Glastonbury should never be referred to as ‘Glasto’. Never.
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