Dublin Bay Prawn Festival, Howth, 17th – 19th March 2017

Fingal Festival of Fire 2018, Blanchardstown

Fingal Festival of Fire, Blanchardstown (Wednesday 31 October 2018)

Fingal Festival of Fire 2018, BlanchardstownWe are delighted to be part of the events for Fingal Festival of Fire 2018.  On the Wednesday night there’ll be a fantastic fireworks session called Fingal Festival of Fire in the Millennium Park, Blanchardstown from 18:00 and we’ll need Event Volunteers present in a variety of roles to help the general public have a safe and enjoyable evening at the fireworks. We’ll have volunteers in fancy dress and costume helping to scare the young people at this spooktaacular event.

On site orientation and training will be provided which all volunteers must attend. Support and recognition will be provided. Roles open to those aged 18 and over. 

Roles for this event include:
– Event Set up
– Assisting with the Safety and ushering of general public
– Providing information to the general public
– Ensuring the safety for all at the event
Directions and information giving 

Transport 
Millennium Park is beside Blanchardstown Shopping Centre and is served by all Bus Services to the Shopping Centre.

 

Dublin Marathon 2014

SSE Airtricity Dublin Marathon (Friday 26 – Sunday 28 October 2018)

Dublin Marathon 2014The SSE Airtricity Dublin Marathon 2018 takes place on the October Bank Holiday Weekend of Sunday 28 October 2018.  We are recruiting for a variety of to roles at this years event:

  • Event Volunteers to work in the Volunteer Hub supporting the registration of volunteers at the RDS, Ballsbridge on Friday 26 October and Saturday 27 October.  We are recruiting volunteers whose responsibility will be registering volunteers in the designated volunteer hubs for the event.

  • Event Volunteers to be based in the Volunteer Hub in the Alex Hotel, Fenian Street, Dublin 2 on Race Day, Sunday 28 October close to the Start / Finish lines around Fitzwilliam and Merrion Square. We are recruiting volunteers whose responsibility will be registering volunteers in the designated volunteer hubs for the event.

We are looking for enthusiastic volunteers to join us to help welcome the main volunteers and enthuse them to do a great job at the start and finish line.

Getting there
For events on Friday and Saturday you can take any of the Dublin Bus Services that go to Ballsbridge or the DART train.

For events on Sunday morning please be aware that as the event commences very early (0600) on Sunday morning and those on early volunteer shifts will need to make arrangements to get to their location on time as Dublin Bus Services will be running a Sunday timetable and there will be major interruptions to services.  There is no car parking available around the start / finish line and where possible we’d suggest using Train and Luas services to access the city.   Please park responsibly.