Thank you for your interest, this event is now fully booked for volunteers. Please visit our festival volunteering page for other events you may like to attend. 

This family friendly festival has 3 stages of music and comedy, delicious street food options, silent disco, kids activities, fairground rides and family yoga and wellbeing. Acts include, Ronan Keating, Bananarama, Callum Beattie, The Farm, Generation, GBX, Mary Kiani, Livin Joy, Sweet Female Attitude, The Eves and Brontës.

We're seeking friendly, approachable people to volunteer 4-hours of their time to help scan tickets and sell wristbands and raffle tickets on the day in aid of Child Bereavement UK. In return they'll be able to enjoy the rest of the festival for free! Volunteers will be fully briefed and supported both before and during the event by Child Bereavement UK staff.

Thoroughly enjoyed my time at the event and it was heartening to see how generous folk were.

Kathryn, Festival Volunteer

Who can volunteer?

Volunteers must be aged 18 or over. Children may join a volunteering adult at this event, we operate a ratio of 1 adult to 1 child. These are busy events and we ask that volunteers keep this in mind when bringing children. Children attend at your own risk and must always remain with their responsible adult.  

If you know another adult who would like to attend and volunteer with you, they need to be registered with us in advance of the event. Unregistered volunteers will not be accepted at the gate. 

Further information

For more details on the event including up-to-date line up and travel information visit: Party at the Palace.

Volunteers help to make our vital work possible

Equality and diversity
The Charity is committed to creating a safe and welcoming atmosphere for everyone, and one that challenges all forms of oppression or discrimination including those based on age, gender or gender reassignment, marital or civil partnership status, pregnancy or maternity leave, disability, race (which includes nationality, citizenship, ethnic or national origins), religion/faith or belief, sexual orientation (collectively known in law as the ‘protected characteristics’), as well as any oppression or discrimination based on other physical characteristics or impairments, occupation, income, wealth, or unrelated criminal convictions.

We encourage diversity and equality in all our volunteer roles. If you have a disability or additional need and would like to discuss this with us prior to signing up, please email: [email protected] to see how we can support you.

Safeguarding is everyone’s responsibility. By volunteering with us you are agreeing to support a safe environment for children, young people, and vulnerable adults. We ask you to be vigilant when you volunteer with us and report any concerns directly to members of Child Bereavement UK staff. You will be briefed on the safeguards in place for your specific role during the volunteer briefing. For more information or to read our safeguarding policy, please email: [email protected].

Terms and conditions
The description outlines some of the duties and activities you may undertake in this role. Occasionally, you may be asked to take on other duties if needed and your volunteer manager will discuss this with you.