Why volunteer at Tadstock?

Volunteering at Tadstock gives you the chance to meet new people, learn new skills and support local youth music. On top of this, you will get a FREE festival ticket! So for just a few hours of your time, you can enjoy the music, workshops and entertainment that Tadstock has to offer absolutely free! It’s a truly fulfilling experience but don’t just take our word for it, take a look at what others have to say about volunteering at Tadstock:

“I have spent the last two years enjoying the fun that Tadstock festival brings as well as volunteering there for CCP. As a charity they are doing amazing things, supporting young people in our local community in so many ways. So, grab your tent, closest friends and some fizz. Give a few hours of your time and enjoy supporting the new music. See you there!”

Lucinda Thayers - Social Media & Marketing Assistant, Cheltenham

“I've always loved music festivals but these can be tricky with a young family. Tadstock, in its beautiful setting, offers a perfect festival experience in a family-friendly environment. Tickets are extremely good value but if you volunteer they are free! Volunteering at Tadstock is an opportunity for me to contribute to youth music whilst lapping up the festival atmosphere.”

Ross Webber - Support Services Manager, Cheltenham

“One of the things that I love about CCP is that staff take time out to support the charity they work for. Tadstock was the first event that CCP runs that I came to volunteer at and I loved it! It was super flexible for the time I had available, I met lots of other people from within CCP and had an excellent weekend getting to know them and working with some lovely people. I say work but really it was a weekend of chatting with people, listening to music and eating good food! I loved Tadstock and was already looking forward to the next year as I left the event. It’s great to be able to give back to the charity I work for and to support the organisation so that it can carry on offering outstanding work to those who need it.”

Flora Mcnerney - HoPES Project, Worcester

For more information contact: Katie Dainty