We're looking for enthusiastic volunteers to register their interest in representing Child Bereavement UK at the incredible Let’s Rock the 80’s Festival series this year. All we ask is just 4 hours of your time to assist us with selling wristbands and raffle tickets and scanning entry tickets at the entrance gate. In return for this, you will be able to enjoy the whole event for free! You will be fully briefed at the start of your shift and will be supported by Child Bereavement UK staff throughout. You will have access to free water and snacks while volunteering and will be  given any PPE required in line with regulations. 

Terms: Time-specific shift of 4 hours

Based: One (or more if you’d like!) of the Let’s Rock Festivals, which take place across the UK (for precise locations and dates please view Lets Rock website: Let's Rock 80's – The Retro Festivals)

Additional: We encourage diversity in all our volunteer roles. If you have a disability or additional need and have concerns as to your ability to volunteer, please do contact us to see how we can support you.

Essential Skills Required:

  • A friendly and approachable personality
  • Aged over 18 years (your children can join you while volunteering, however they will not be listed as a volunteer themselves and will attend the event at your own risk.)
  • Reliable
  • Confident with basic technology, such as a card machine (training will be provided)

Ideal Skills Required:

  • Confident working with the general public

Key activities:

  • Selling wristbands and raffle tickets 
  • Scanning entry tickets

What you’ll get out of the experience

  • Free entry to a Let’s Rock the 80’s Festival
  • Priority access to other volunteering positions across the charity.

Key Working Relationships

  • Fundraising Team 
  • Festival goers
  • Other volunteers

Child Bereavement UK recognises the positive value of diversity, promotes equality and challenges discrimination. We welcome and encourage job applications from people of all backgrounds, particularly where we are under-represented; currently, this includes disabled people, LGBTQ+ and those from ethnically diverse groups.

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