Cally Festival this weekend needs volunteers – can you help?

cally festivalThe excellent Cally Festival runs again this Sunday from noon on the Cally Road and they are looking for volunteers.  It’s a great local event, I hugely enjoyed helping out with the first one in 2011 just turning up very early to help lug things about.  To get stuck in see below or go direct to the website and fill in a simple form:


Volunteer Spaces
Cally Festival is a free event and needs volunteers to make it a day to remember. With 7 days to go we’re still looking for a few more people to help on festival day. We’ll feed you Caledonian Road’s finest foods, and you’ll get a t-shirt to keep! You’ll be part of making this amazing community event come to life!

Setup – 7am-12pm – this will involve getting the street ready for the 8,000 people that will be passing through. You get a t-shirt and breakfast on us!

Day Volunteers – 11am-6pm – volunteering during the festival could involve anything from running workshops, helping at the music stages, to welcoming and directing festival-goers.

Setdown – 5:00pm-10pm (at the latest) – we’ll have a briefing where volunteers will each be given a team and a job to do.

We particularly need 10 or so more people to help on the morning shift, getting the street ready for the event. Why not get your friends along and come as a team?

Check out the website to sign up and register your interest!

About William Perrin

Active in Kings Cross London and South Oxfordshire, founder of Talk About Local, helping people find a voice online and a trustee of The Indigo Trust , Good Things Foundation and ThreeSixtyGiving as well as Connect8.
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