Doune The Rabbit Hole Music Festival 2022
- Accommodation and food: 0.00 Euro
- Transportation: 0.00 Euro
- Activities: 0.00 Euro
- Hosting organisation support: 50 Euro
Description: Doune the Rabbit Hole is a music festival in the glorious ancient oak trees of the Stirlingshire countryside in Scotland. It returns this summer with an impressive line-up of global acts, national treasures and emerging local talent.
The intimate and independent music and arts festival sees the likes of Teenage Fanclub, Belle and Sebastian, Amy McDonald, Patti Smith and Band, John Cale, 808 State, Sleaford Mods, Hurray for the Riff Raff and many many others take to the stage.
There will be fun workshops for everyone, a huge children’s area, arts, crafts and delicious local food and drinks.
Type of Work: The tasks will involve working on the actual physical construction and deconstruction of the event – this could be painting signs, constructing stages, marking campsites, building roads, erecting marquees, creating car parks, catering and much more. Induction and training will be provided on site. This induction will include an introduction about the ethics of the organisation and an overview of the plan for the event. Health and safety induction will also be provided.
Volunteering is throughout the whole day on site with good breaks for lunch etc. Volunteers will not be working throughout the festival so this is a time to enjoy the music and community at the festival, making the most of the beautiful event!
Accommodation: Volunteers will be camping onsite - the whole team camps! Volunteers must provide their own tents. Laundry will not be available but toilets and showers are provided for all volunteers. Three meals per day will be provided by the Festival, tea, coffee, juice and, of course, drinking water will be readily available at all times. There are no landlines on site and the mobile phone signal is unreliable. There is no Wifi on site or computer access. Volunteers can speak to to their area supervisor if they need urgent access to a computer.
Requirements: Preferred Interests: Music events, music, culture, outdoors, camping, cooking, environmental awareness, appreciation of community.
Preferred Skills: Physical labour (especially in the areas of décor, construction, joinery & carpentry), team-work, communication.
Approximate Location: Stirlingshire, Scotland https://goo.gl/maps/fzCUjjjQWnT2
The nearest train station is Stirling, which is easily accessible from both Glasgow and Edinburgh. Busses also travel to Stirling. The Train and Bus Station are next to each other in Stirling.
Notes: Additional Fee:
In 2022 many SCI workcamps will have an additional fee of €50.00. This will cover - local hosting costs; insurance costs of the volunteer; a small travel fund to enable disadvantaged volunteers to join projects; administration costs of SCI International.
If you apply through an SCI branch the fee will be included in the fee you pay to your sending branch. If you apply through a partner organisation you will pay the fee on arrival at the project; direct to the hosting branch (IVS in this case) or through different payment platforms. When accepted on the project IVS will give you more details of the various payment options.