Glastonbury 2022: Where is lost property and how to claim missing items


It’s easy to lose your possessions in a crowd like this (Picture: PA)

Glastonbury Festival comes to a close tonight, with the weekend’s final headliners, Kendrick Lamar and Diana Ross, preparing to take to the iconic Pyramid Stage.

Every year, an estimated £5 million worth of possessions are calculated to be lost or stolen at Glasto, according to – due to the sheer amount of people descending on Worthy Farm, plus all the partying that goes down for the duration of the festival.

So, when the weekend of live music is done, what do you do when you can’t find one of your valuables you could have sworn was right where you thought you left it?

Never fear, we have the information you need to find and contact Glastonbury’s lost property.

Where is Glastonbury’s lost property?

You can find lost property at Worthy Farm near the farmhouse, up the hill beyond the Worthy FM neon sign.

You can go there until July 1 to retrieve any lost items.

Diana Ross at Glastonbury Festival
Soul singer Diana Ross fills the Sunday Legends slot on the Pyramid Stage (Picture: PA)

You can easily locate the site on the Glastonbury map.

How to claim a lost item

If you need to claim a lost item after July 1, or can’t claim it onsite before then, you can send an email to

In the message, you need to give your name, email address, mobile phone number, home address, and as many details as possible to be reunited with your lost item.

For items such as jewelry, bags, wallets, and keys, you need to send the make of the item as well as any distinguishing features such as the colour, pattern, and any contents the bag or wallet might include.

If you are inquiring about a lost camera, the Glastonbury website asks that you send information about any photos that would be on it, and if some photos were downloaded to a computer prior to attending the festival, attach a small sample of the photos on the camera to your email.

Billie Eilish at Glastonbury Festival
Billie Eilish became the youngest solo headliner ever at Glastonbury this year (Picture: Samir Hussein/WireImage)

For emails about lost mobile phones, you need to include your IMEI number.

You can get this by contacting your network provider or from the box that it came in.

Organisers ask that you only send one email and make sure you make the subject of your email the item you are looking for.

If you are looking for more than one item, you need to send an email for each missing item.

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