Volunteer and rock out at retro festival at Earlham Park for Free
Love Live music? Love the 80s? Then why not volunteer at Let’s Rock Norwich retro festival and enjoy the event for free? By signing up to do a four-hour shift with festival charity partner Child Bereavement UK, ticket scanning and selling wristbands and raffle tickets on the day, you’ll not only be helping a great cause, you’ll also be able to enjoy the festival free of charge.
Let’s Rock Norwich takes place at Earlham Park in Norwich on 25 September 2021 and will include performances from Wet Wet Wet, Boomtown Rats, Tony Hadley, ABC, Howard Jones, Sister Sledge, Kim Wilde, and many more. Child Bereavement UK helps children and young people (up to the age of 25), parents, and families, to rebuild their lives when a child grieves or when a child dies. The charity also provides training to professionals, equipping them to provide the best possible care to bereaved families. Lorna Murchie, Community Projects Manager for Child Bereavement UK said: “In 2019 we raised over £135,000 at Let’s Rock festivals across the UK and we couldn’t have done this without the support of our wonderful volunteers. The atmosphere on the day is brilliant and our volunteers really do enjoy themselves.”
To volunteer please visit www.childbereavementuk.org/lets-rock-the-80s-and-pennfest. Volunteers will be fully briefed at the start of their shift and will be supported by Child Bereavement UK staff throughout. They will also have access to free water and snacks whilst volunteering and will be provided with any PPE required, in line with regulations. To find out more about the charity and for support please visit: www.childbereavementuk.org or call 0800 02 888 40