This year we'll be bringing a new, unique toilet experience to UK festivals. Our 'Good Loos' pop-up will provide environmentally friendly, sustainable and memorable compost toilets complete with a chill out area with mirrors and sofas, so that festival goers can refresh before heading back into the fun.
Good Loos volunteers will clean the compost loos between uses and litter pick around the toilets to help keep them sparkly clean, take donations from festival-goers in exchange for using the loos, and talk to guests about WaterAid and our work towards making clean water, decent toilets and good hygiene normal for everyone, everywhere. We will need volunteers with lots of enthusiasm and who are up for the challenge of keeping the Good Loos the cleanest toilets on site!
Eco Shower Cleaning
We have another exciting new activity this year which we’ll be delivering at Green Man Festival. Our Eco Shower Cleaning volunteers will be helping to keep the showers clean and tidy. We’ll need enthusiastic volunteers who ready to get stuck in and keep the showers sparkling and clean!
Please note: volunteering at a festival can be physically demanding. WaterAid’s volunteer roles are based in locations around the festival site and some include moving around large areas of the site throughout your shift. Poor weather can make moving around the site difficult. Please bear this in mind before applying – we want all our volunteers to enjoy their time at the festival!
In 2018 we’ll also be taking a team of volunteer litter-pickers to Boomtown Fair, as part of the festival’s recycling team. Volunteers will be tasked with helping to keep the site clean and tidy throughout the festival, litter picking in the main arena’s and around the stages.
We will need volunteers who aren't afraid to get stuck in to help keep the festival tidy.
Please read our volunteer information pack and FAQs for further information. If you have any queries about this, please contact [email protected]
Want to know more?
Make sure you read all of these important documents before applying, especially our Volunteer Agreement, Deposit Terms & Conditions and Volunteer Code of Conduct
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If you are offered a place with WaterAid this year, you will need to pay a £50 refundable deposit for each festival when accepting your place.
Our shifts run from Thursday morning through until Monday morning (most of them finish Sunday evening), so you need to camp onsite and be available for your shifts during this time. Please read the volunteer information pack and FAQs for further information about arrival/leaving times. You will be asked on the application form about when you can arrive/leave the festival.
Which festivals can I volunteer at?
Thursday 9 – Sunday 12 August 2018
Matterley Bowl, Hampshire
At Boomtown Fair we will be taking volunteers to litter pick as part of the festival’s recycling team. Please see the volunteer information pack for further information.