Volunteers needed for our Boxing Day 5 race

11 December 2019 - By Bill Smythe

Boxing day is fast approaching and it is time to start the final planning for our winter race which can’t go ahead without your help. We will need a large number of volunteers to carry out various roles including marshalling on the road, car parking, course setup, cake selling, numbers, t-shirts and of course the Pud. If you can only help for part of the day that is fine just let me know so I can find a suitable role. Family members, partners, friends etc are also welcome to come along and help but please let me know in advance.

The race will start at 11 am with volunteers needed from around 8.00 for set up and about 10.00 for marshalling.

As a side note with reference to the revised membership policy; entry to the race for club members will not be accepted until all volunteer roles have been filled. Please bear in mind, if we don’t have enough marshals on the day to run a safe race the independent race adjudicator will not allow the race to start.

Please provide your details using this form or in the menu above.

Marshall Volunteer – Boxing Day 5

Thanks in advance.

Bill
Race Director

 

 

Comments

  1. Andrew Read Andrew Read says:

    Bill,
    Angela and I will make ourselves available for whatever roll is required of us.

  2. Kevinn Slatttery Kevinn Slatttery says:

    I have actually managed to persuade Jeanette to volunteer too!

  3. Anita Grainger Anita Grainger says:

    Hi Bill,
    I can do car parking duties early as taking Mum and Dad out later morning

  4. Peter Banks Peter Banks says:

    I’m working Boxing Day so can’t do I’m afraid

  5. James Montgomery James Montgomery says:

    Theresa will be able to help also.

    I usually do the top of Dancing Dicks at the Farm entrance (hint) 🙂

  6. Bethany Shippey Bethany Shippey says:

    Hi Bill
    Can mum and I be put down for kitchen please? Thank you

  7. Ian Lucas says:

    Hi Bill. Submitted “form”. I am happy to do whatever required – out on the course somewhere is fine. Ian Lucas

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