Ireland v India T20i Cricket, Malahide (Wednesday 27 June 2018)

EIreland v Sri Lanka Cricket, photo by Jehan Mubarakvent Volunteers are back at Fortress Malahide for 2018 Cricket Ireland Test Match Ireland V India T20i Cricket on Wednesday 27 June 2018.

Volunteers will be involved in welcoming spectators and providing support to the Events Team. We were looking for enthusiastic, reliable and motivated volunteers to be Ambassadors for this event. Volunteer roles covered seating arrangements of the event and we got them. Full orientation, support and recognition will was provided. Roles were open to those aged 18 and over.

Volunteers will have the opportunity to be part of an exciting and important day for cricket in Ireland. References can also be provided for volunteers if they wish. Catering will also be provided for all volunteers.

Getting there
The easiest way to get to Malahide Cricket Ground is by DART Train You can check timetables on the Irish Rail Web Site.

The nearest bus stop to the venue is Bus Stop No. 3636 Dublin Road / Yellow Walls Road Routes serving this stop: 102 (Dublin Airport) 142 (UCD Belfield) 42 (Talbot Street). 42d (Portmarnock) There is no dedicated event parking, however there will be parking available within the grounds of Malahide Castle.

Ireland v New Zealand Cricket, Malahide (Friday 29 June 2018)

EIreland v Sri Lanka Cricket, photo by Jehan Mubarakvent Volunteers are back at Fortress Malahide for 2018 Cricket Ireland Test Match Ireland V New Zealand Cricket on Friday 29 June.

Volunteers will be involved in welcoming spectators and providing support to the Events Team. We were looking for enthusiastic, reliable and motivated volunteers to be Ambassadors for this event. Volunteer roles covered seating arrangements of the event and we got them. Full orientation, support and recognition will was provided. Roles were open to those aged 18 and over.

Volunteers will have the opportunity to be part of an exciting and important day for cricket in Ireland. References can also be provided for volunteers if they wish. Catering will also be provided for all volunteers.

Getting there
The easiest way to get to Malahide Cricket Ground is by DART Train You can check timetables on the Irish Rail Web Site.

The nearest bus stop to the venue is Bus Stop No. 3636 Dublin Road / Yellow Walls Road Routes serving this stop: 102 (Dublin Airport) 142 (UCD Belfield) 42 (Talbot Street). 42d (Portmarnock) There is no dedicated event parking, however there will be parking available within the grounds of Malahide Castle.

Ireland Women v Bangladesh Women International Cricket, Malahide, (Friday 29 June)

EIreland v Sri Lanka Cricket, photo by Jehan Mubarakvent Volunteers are back at Fortress Malahide for Ireland Women's V Bangladesh Women's Cricket.

Volunteers will be involved in welcoming spectators and providing support to the Events Team. We were looking for enthusiastic, reliable and motivated volunteers to be Ambassadors for this event. Volunteer roles covered seating arrangements of the event and we got them. Full orientation, support and recognition will was provided. Roles were open to those aged 18 and over.

Volunteers will have the opportunity to be part of an exciting and important day for cricket in Ireland. References can also be provided for volunteers if they wish. Catering will also be provided for all volunteers.

Getting there
The easiest way to get to Malahide Cricket Ground is by DART Train You can check timetables on the Irish Rail Web Site.

The nearest bus stop to the venue is Bus Stop No. 3636 Dublin Road / Yellow Walls Road Routes serving this stop: 102 (Dublin Airport) 142 (UCD Belfield) 42 (Talbot Street). 42d (Portmarnock) There is no dedicated event parking, however there will be parking available within the grounds of Malahide Castle.

Swords Summer Festival (Saturday 21 July 2018)

Swords Summer Festival returns to the Main Street in Swords on Saturday 21 July, and will be fun filled with theatre, music and sport to entertain locals and tourists alike. Most of Saturday will see a street party on Main Street with all the fun of the fair for the young and the young at heart and when evening rolls around, the street will be transformed into a concert venue with local acts providing the sounds.

Saturday will have children's entertainment on a closed off Swords Main Street in the afternoon.

The venue on the Main Street is open to the public and it is free family fun, bouncy castles etc. 

Transport

The 33 and 41 buses serve Swords Village. Buses will most likely terminate away from the Main Street, so check www.dublinbus.ie for your local route.

 

Playstival (Saturday 11 & Sunday 12 August 2018)

We're looking for child friendly, enthusiastic and dedicated Volunteers to join our Playstival Team!

PlaystivalOn August 11th & 12th Playstival with the Happy Pear, Ireland's new festival for kids & their parents celebrating play, fun and imagination is coming to Airfield Estate, Dublin 14. A digital detox for families, Playstival focuses on ‘going back to basics’ and a more innocent approach to games and play - no fancy technology or a screen to be found!

Children can immerse themselves in 8 interactive ‘play universes’ combined with over 40 hands-on activities across the 38 acre estate. Delicious fare on offer all weekend provided by living happy and healthy lifestyle advocates, The Happy Pear in the beautiful surroundings of Airfield Estate in Dundrum, Dublin 14.

We will be looking for reliable, enthusiastic and child friendly volunteers to act as event ambassadors, and take part in a variety of roles including Play Universe Volunteers, Event Ambassadors, Registration and much more.

For more information on the event please visit Playstival

Getting to Playstival

By Car / Bus : M50, J13, R825 Overend Way

From City Centre : R825

Allocated parking for buses

By Luas : Airfield is served by the Luas Green Line. Exit at the Balally stop.

By Bus 11, 14, 14C, 44, 44B, 75, 116

Event Venue: Airfeild Estate

Leave No Trace Awareness Course for Event Volunteers (Saturday 15 September 2018)

Leave No Trace LogoFor 2018 we are delighted to offer Event Volunteers a Leave No Trace Awareness Workshop. An Awareness Workshop is a one-day course delivered in the outdoors to help you have a better understanding of your impact on the environment. Experiential-based training in an outdoor setting is encouraged.

Participants will receive introductory training in the skills and ethics of Leave No Trace Ireland. Workshop topics include the underlying concept of minimum impact recreation and the seven principles of Leave No Trace:

  • Plan Ahead and Prepare
  • Travel and Camp on Durable Surfaces
  • Dispose of Waste Properly
  • Leave What You Find
  • Minimise Campfire Impacts
  • Respect Wildlife
  • Be Considerate of Other Visitors 


Places are only available to Event Volunteers who have previously attended at least One event with us. All participants will receive a Leave No Trace Certified Certificate of Completion. Training open to volunteers aged 18 and over.