Folk on the Farm

01248 410580
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We are currently looking for stewards to assist us at this year’s Folk on the Farm festival. The main role of our festival stewards is to ensure that our guests have a safe and enjoyable experience.

Stewards provide practical assistance helping with everything from parking and checking tickets to regulating the campsite and setting up the stage.

Stewards are asked to work between 10 and 12 hours over the weekend on a rota basis, in return they will receive a free festival ticket.

If you would like to apply to be a steward this year please complete the form below and we’ll get back to you with further details.

Festival Volunteer Terms and Conditions

  1. You will receive a weekend ticket, inclusive of camping, in exchange for up to 12 hours work over the weekend
  2. You will not be asked to work before 10am or after 11pm, exceptions being night security and bar.
  3. The core period at the festival is from Thursday midday to Sunday 11pm.
  4. Setting-up and taking-down are outside these parameters and may involve longer hours.
  5. All volunteers should be prepared to work shifts during the day or the evenings as required. Shifts will be no longer than 2 hours at a time, except setting-up and night security.
  6. If you have any mobility or health issues that could restrict your ability to work you must declare this on the application form.
  7. It is the volunteer's responsibility to check what shifts have been scheduled, and to be aware that there may be late changes – these will be posted at the steward's office in the main yard.
  8. It is requested that volunteers ensure that they are at the scheduled location promptly at the start of a shift. This is a simple courtesy to the volunteer you are relieving, and will ensure smooth-running of the festival. Failure to attend in a timely manner may result in the weekend ticket being withdrawn and future applications being declined.
  9. All stewards are expected to maintain a professional manner and remain calm and polite, be vigilant and health and safety conscious at all times. Whilst on duty you must be sober and refrain from smoking or vaping.
  10. If you are taking medication for any health conditions, please ensure that you have a sufficient supply for the duration of the festival.
  11. The festival is OUTDOORS, in North Wales, so weather can be variable. Ensure that you have sufficient clothing for all eventualities... including sunscreen.
  12. Your personal details will be retained on file by Folk on the Farm until 30th April 2024, but they will not be shared with third parties, in line with the Data Protection Act.
  13. There will be steward briefings at the start of the festival which all volunteers are required to attend.