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Volunteering for 2016
To apply, please complete the volunteer application form below and we will be in touch shortly.
The Game and Wildlife Conservation Trust has always relied upon and greatly
appreciated the fantastic support of volunteers. Volunteers make a vital
contribution by supporting the Trust as they do to the running of the Fair. The
involvement of volunteers at the Fair provides essential practical support and
broadens the involvement of the public with the Trust while providing
volunteers with an enjoyable and enriching experience.
Building on the GWCT Scottish Game Fairís established reputation as Scotlandís best outdoor show and largest game fair, the 28th annual Fair next July is set to be as spectacular as ever.
The programme will be released very soon but we are delighted to be able to confirm the return of much loved traditional country events such as gnat shooting, clay shooting, terrier racing, gun dogs, hill ponies, falconry, fly fishing and more.
2016 could be your year to volunteer, we are looking for volunteers of all ages and can offer lots of varied activities from selling raffle tickets and programmes to assisting with the gun dogs and fishing competitions.
You may have particular skills and interests which are suited to specific tasks or you simply want to be part of an incredibly successful event.† You may not have previously considered involving yourself with the Trust or even attending the Fair but if you are willing to volunteer we would love to hear from you.
All applicants will be contacted before being given a role, and skills will be matched with the vacancies available. Volunteers receive a full briefing prior to taking up a role, either on the day or in the days before the Fair.
Every volunteer will benefit from free forward car parking and a half day to explore and enjoy the Fair. Younger volunteers will also have an opportunity to advance their future careers through the Fairís Work Experience Partnership Scheme.
Being a volunteer at the Fair is a great opportunity to boost your CV, be part of one of Scotlandís biggest events, meet new people, help the Trust and have an incredible amount of fun.