Volunteer FAQs

I’ve applied. What happens now? 

Great, we can’t wait to meet you! We’ll be in touch nearer the time to confirm dates and your allocated team and lots of important information.

Your name will be added to our volunteer database and you should start to receive our monthly volunteer newsletters which will keep you up to date with everything we’re doing and all the opportunities. If you don’t receive this newsletter check it’s not going into your junk folder, then let us know via volunteers@wildrumpus.org.uk as it’s important that you’re receiving our info.

How do I find out dates for volunteer weekends?

Make sure you’re signed up to the newsletter and are connected with us via social media.

What will I need to bring with me for volunteering?

See what to bring www.wildrumpus.org.uk/what-to-bring/

Can I request a reference from you?

Yes, please do, ask Cathryn via cathryn@wildrumpus.org.uk

Do I need to be CRB’d to apply to volunteer?

If you don’t already have a CRB check we may ask you to undertake one, if required Wild Rumpus will facilitate this for you.

I’m looking for further work experience, is there anyone you could put me in touch with?

We’re always happy to help hook volunteers up with other opportunities and work closely with other arts and music festivals as well as arts sector networks and delivery organisations. Please email us via cathryn@wildrumpus.org.uk and we’ll do our best to broker an opportunity for you.

I’d love to design my college/university project around something you might need or want. Can I do this? Who would I talk to about it?

Yes please. Email volunteers@wildrumpus.org.uk

I’ve lost the email with the feedback form, any chance you could send me another?

Of course email volunteers@wildrumpus.org.uk

Do you have any paid roles available?

As and when we have any paid opportunities we will advertise them on our website and we’ll include in our volunteer newsletters.

Please get in touch with us via volunteers@wildrumpus.org.uk if you have any other queries about volunteering for Wild Rumpus.