Each year, the PCS sends young members to festivals in order to help raise money for our campaigning and events. This year we have places for Glastonbury, Reading, Leeds and Latitude and they all have now been confirmed. If you are interested in volunteering you will be required to work between 4-8 hours a day at a beer tent in one of the named music festivals we have places for.
If you would like to submit your details please read the following terms and conditions.
- Last minute dropouts (less than 7 days notice) will affect our future allocations – so you must notify us 3 weeks before the event if you cannot attend or you will be charged £225.
- Volunteers must be 18 years or over.
- You must be reliable and honest and references will be required for each volunteer.
- We will require up to date contact details before you will be considered as a volunteer.
- You will need to adhere to the code of conduct – if you breach this we will be charged £225. This will not be paid by PCS but by YOU. (A breach can constitute failing to appear for your shift)
Each festival will have its own secure camping facilities with showers, toilets, canteen and a bar. From past experience volunteers will be provided with 2 meal vouchers per day and 2 drinks vouchers will be issued at the end of each shift worked which may be used at a nominated bar on the site or in the WBC Bar in campsite.
If you are happy with all the terms and conditions and would still like to register your interest please email: Louise.Hollingsworth6@DWP.GSI.GOV.UK with the following details. Please put the name of the festival you would like to attend in the subject box of your email. Deadline for applications for Glastonbury and Latitude is 18 April for Reading and Leeds its 11 July.
- Which event(s) you are interested in working at (Glastonbury, Latitude, Reading or Leeds);
- PCS membership number;
- A photo of yourself – this needs to be of your head and shoulders and in jpeg format no larger than 80kb;
- Full name;
- Date of Birth (to confirm you’re over 18);
- Contact phone number;
- Contact email address;
- Next of kin and their contact details (in the rare event of an emergency);
- Whether or not you have any mobility issues:
- In no more than 250 words – why you think you should be selected to represent PCS.