- General Advice for Festival Attendees 2013
- Campsite Facilities
- Boutique Camping
- Directions and Travel Information
- Bus Information
- Families and Kids
- Disability and Accessibility
- Volunteering, Working and Stewarding
- Catering and Trading at the Festival in 2013
- Play the Festival in 2013
- Art Installations
- Screen Prints
- Terms and Conditions of Ticket Sales
Volunteering, Working and Stewarding
APPLICATIONS FOR STEWARDING ARE NOW CLOSED
Please note we are now full for stewards for this year's End of the Road Festival. If you have applied and paid your deposit then you have been accepted - we look forward to seeing you at the festival! If you missed out we may accept a further batch of applications nearer the festival dependant on the level of drop outs.
In 2013 we will be looking for 400 volunteer stewards.
A £50 deposit is payable on application. The deposit will be refunded to you in person, on completion of your last agreed shift.
Unfortunately this deposit is necessary to protect ourselves. Stewarding at festivals has become very popular. There is now a trend to apply for several events, then choose which ones to attend later in the year once line ups have been announced, or if friends are attending. Effectively this leaves a high drop out rate causing extra administration, and meaning some people cannot get steward places or tickets. (In 2010 over 100 people dropped out or failed to show up for shifts)
Merchandise Shop Staff Volunteers
APPLICATIONS FOR SHOP STAFF ARE NOW CLOSED.
Dates: Thursday 29th August - Monday 2nd September
Rate: £0 (voluntary position)
Notes: 2 x 3 hour shifts per day, Thursday - Sunday. (Shifts are set so that each person does equal mornings, afternoons and evenings). Monday morning is stock take and pack up. Accommodation is camping.
To work as a team selling merchandise in the festival shop.
To make sure everyone who walks into the shop feels welcome and looked after.
To keep the shop and merchandise looking beautiful at all times.
To sell as much merchandise as humanly possible.
To handle money responsibly.
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