Glastonbury Festival is one of the biggest and most famous Music Festivals in the world, a mini city that has had the most incredible artists from around the globe perform on it’s stages.
With over 170,000 festival-goers attending each year, the festival creates a lot of waste. Therefore to keep it from turning into a rubbish dump, and to recycle the waste that is created, Glastonbury employ and army of litterpickers.
As one of their chosen charities Small Steps Project has been given 40 coveted places to litter pick at Glastonbury and reveive sold out tickets to the festival.
One of the reasons we ask volunteers to litterpick at the festival is because, for one weekened, you can experience what it is like for children every day on the dumps we work with.
Volunteers pay a deposit for their festival ticket and half of that is donated to the charity and half given back on completion of the shifts, which are each morning from 6am-12pm, meaning that you don’t miss any of the bands from this years incredible line up.
If you would like the chance to go the Glastonbury Festival and raise money for Small Steps Project please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with the title Glastonbury in the subject line.