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‘Our happy place’: family of boy with dementia keep up Glastonbury streak

Harley Bond, nine, whose condition limits his ability to walk and talk, has not missed festival since he was born

Glastonbury veterans often liken their journey to the festival to a semi-religious experience. But for one family the pilgrimage is particularly special.

Harley Bond, nine, was diagnosed six years ago with a rare type of childhood dementia that gradually limits his ability to walk, talk and eat. He has a life expectancy of just 14 years.

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