Camelon Winter Festival Volunteer Steward

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  • One-off volunteering


An adapted version of the annual Camelon Winter Festival will be going ahead this year, in a COVID safe way!

Volunteers are needed to help at the 'Big Screen' event. Over the weekend of Saturday 12th and Sunday 13th December, a traveling LED video screen will tour through the residential streets of Camelon and Tamfourhill. The mobile screen will be mounted on a van which will slowly make its way through the streets and stop at key community locations with safe and controlled viewing areas. The Big Screen will be showing messages of festive joy, a special seasonal appearance from local singer songwriter Dionne Hickey and three inspiring videos made with
creative residents.

Volunteer stewards (3 for each planned stop) will help to ensure social distance is maintained and that only joy (and not COVID) is being spread! All PPE will be provided on the day and there will be a safety briefing in advance.

Organisation aims and objectives

As central Scotland’s leading participatory arts agency, Artlink Central engages professional artists to work directly with those excluded from participating in the arts by illness, disability or disadvantage. We use music, literature, storytelling, visual and performing arts to remove barriers that create or sustain inequality, and to discover and nurture creative talent in individuals, particularly emerging disabled artists. Key areas of our programme include:Arts and Health, Arts and young people, arts and mental health, Arts and criminal justice, Arts and older people and Dementia and Arts and disability










Steward shifts are as follows: Saturday 12th December: 12pm - 2pm and/or 3:30pm - 7pm Sunday 13th December: 12pm - 2pm and/or 2:30-6:30pm


Experience required: Ability to deliver items to addresses in the Camelon and Tamfourhill local areas.


Training details: Safety briefing for all volunteers ahead of their stewarding shifts.

Last updated 5 days ago

Please note, organisations are currently experiencing a large volume of enquiries from people looking to help out. They may not always be able to meet this demand so please be patient, you may not receive a quick response or be assigned to a role.