Thinking of volunteering? Here’s how you can help…

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The Birdfair wouldn’t be the huge success it is today without it’s highly committed team of over 200  volunteers. Volunteers from all walks of lie, ages and abilities are involved in every aspect of the Fair,  from selling tickets and giving advice to visitors and exhibitors, running the events and lectures marquees  and auction, to selling merchandise, and acting as stewards.

A 200 strong team might seem pretty big – but we’re always looking for extra pairs of hands to help keep t  the Birdfair running smoothly!

As a volunteer, you will be an essential part the of Birdfair team and of this amazing event-a few hours of  your time will make all the difference to
wildlife around the world. You will receive free entry, giving you  the chance to make the most of your day visiting the various exhibitions,  a chance to enjoy some of the  events and meet wildlife personalities such such as Simon King, Chris Packham and David Lindo to  name a few, and attend a few of the hundreds of lectures on offer. Camping is free of charge for Birdfair  volunteers-so why not make a weekend of it?

 

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We’re looking for volunteers with an enthusiastic and friendly nature, who are reliable, punctual, confident dealing with the public and who enjoy working as a team.

We ask that you can commit to undertaking a minimum of two shifts (5 hours) during the three days of  the Birdfair and that you attend our training and information session at the beginning of August (dates and times T.B.C).

If this sounds like it’s for you, or you would like more information, Sarah Proud, our Volunteer  Coordinator is looking forward to hearing from you and will be very happy to help. Get in touch either by email (volunteering@rutlandwater.org.uk); calling her direct line on 01572 720049 ; or by post: Volunteer Training Centre, Oakham Road, Near Hambleton, Rutland, LE15 8AD.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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