Volunteer at Crick Boat Show 2019

To be apply to become a Volunteer for the 2019 Show, please complete the form below. Please submit one form per person.

Closing date for applications: Thursday, 31 January 2019

A member of our team will be in touch in due course. In the meantime, if you have any questions, please contact Isabelle Clarke on 01283 742959 (Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm) or email crickvolunteers@wwonline.co.uk

Please select voluntary roles ONLY if you are able to volunteer for ALL the days required for that role 


About you

Have you volunteered at Crick before? Yes No
Name *
Telephone number *
Email *
Address 1 *
Address 2
Town
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Post code *
Fields marked * are required
Camping/Mooring Not required Camping pitch Mooring (zone to be allocated)
If you require a mooring, please give boat length (in whole ft, including fenders) and boat name in the Additional Information section at the end of this form

BEFORE THE SHOW
(Please volunteer only if you can do so on ALL the days required for the role)

Role Description  
Carrier bag stuffing putting show information and leaflets into the show carrier bags. Wed 22 & Thur 23
Heavy lifting includes lifting and moving furniture, event equipment and boxes of show guides and filled carrier bags.  Tue 21, Wed 22 & Thur 23 
Campsite Assistants taking visitors to their pitches. Must be friendly, have good communication skills and be comfortable talking with the general public. Volunteers will need to be fit for this role as it involves a lot of walking up and down the campsite.  Thur 23 & Fri 24 (half day each day)
General Site Assistants includes erecting site signage and graphics, some lifting, climbing ladders, light manual tasks and some litter picking (Fri 4-6pm).  Tue 21, Wed 22 & Thur 23
Moorings Managers Volunteers will need to be experienced boaters and moor at the show (mooring provided) and have great communication skills. Volunteers also need to be fit for this role as it involves walking up and down the towpath. Wed 22, Thur 23, Fri 24, Sat 25

DURING THE SHOW
(Please volunteer only if you can do so every day of the Show)

Role Description  
Campsite Assistants taking visitors to their pitches. Must be friendly, have good communication skills and be comfortable talking with visitors. There is  a lot of walking up and down the campsite, so a good level of fitness is needed.   Sat 25, Sun 26 & Mon 27 (half day each day)
Show Greeters handing out show guides and carrier bags. Must be friendly, have good communication skills and be comfortable talking with visitors. Sat 25, Sun 26 & Mon 27 (half day each day)
Seminar Theatre Steward must be friendly, have good communication skills and be comfortable talking with visitors. Sat 25, Sun 26 & Mon 27 (half day each day)
Boat Handling Check-in greeting and marshalling customers booked onto Boat Handling Tasster Sessions. Must have good communication skills and be comfortable talking with the public. Sat 25, Sun 26 & Mon 27 (half day each day)
General Site Assistant on standby for light manual tasks and site maintenance.  Fri 24, Sat 25, Sun 26, Mon 27 (half day each day)
VIP Marquee Reception must be friendly, have good communication skills and be comfortable talking with show visitors. Sat 25, Sun 26 & Mon 27 (half day each day)
Show Photographer ideally have some experience of event photography and be able to communicate with the general public. Sat 25, Sun 26 & Mon 27 (half day each day plus 6.30–11pm Sat OR Sun) 

AFTER THE SHOW
(Please volunteer only if you can do so on ALL days required for that role)

Role Description  
Heavy lifting includes lifting and moving furniture and event equipment. Mon 27 5–8pm & Tue 28
General Site Assistants includes dismantling site signage, banners and equipment. Some lifting, climbing ladders and light manual tasks. Mon 27 5–8pm & Tue 28
Site Cleaning litter picking. Tue 28

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
(If you are volunteering with someone else, please give their name in additional information)

Additional information
Boat details
(only if mooring requested)
Name length

 

 

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