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What can I do?

Volunteer at Forest Live 

Volunteer dates: Monday 15 June to Monday 22 June

Love your forest and love music? Be a part of Forest Live and volunteer with us to help make this amazing music event happen.

Explore the volunteer roles available below and then complete an expression of interest form to let us know which role you are interested in and what dates you can do. We will send you further details and a registration form to allow you to apply if you wish to proceed.

Volunteer Role: Set up and take down team

  • When: 15, 16, 17, 18 and 22 June 8am to 4.30pm
  • What will you do: Help to install important signage, walkway fencing and equipment around the concert site. Ideally we are looking for people who can help most of the week but will consider people who are available less than this.

Volunteer Role: Litter clean up

  • When: 20, 21 or 22 June 7am to 10am
  • What will you do: Help clean up following the concerts so it is ready for the evenings performance.

Volunteer Role: Visitor centre steward

  • When: 19, 20 or 21 June 8am to 4.30pm
  • What will you do: Help steward and assist our daytime customers on the days of the concerts.

Volunteer Role: Taxi meet and greet (plus end of night litter pick)

  • When: 19, 20 and 21 June 3.30pm to 12 midnight
  • What will you do: Help welcome, guide and inform customers arriving at the concerts and assisting with litter picking at the end of the night.

Volunteer Role: Arena litter pickers and meet and greet

  • When: 19, 20 and 21 June 3.30pm to 12 midnight
  • What will you do: Litter picking in the arena during the event plus welcoming customers.

Volunteer Role: Car park and pathways steward

  • When: 19, 20 and 21 June 3.30pm to 12 midnight
  • What will you do:  Help welcome, guide and inform customers arriving and leaving the concerts.

Express your interest in Forest Live

Shadow rangers - voluntary scheme 

We are looking for individuals with an interest in pursuing a career in countryside management for our voluntary scheme. Successful applicants will be given training and development opportunities by work shadowing current countryside management staff. This is a six month scheme that runs twice a year.  

Find out more about the scheme, what opportunities are available at Cannock Chase and how to apply:

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