St. Colmcilles GAA Club, Pairc Ui Rís, Piltown, Bettystown, Co Meath 089-4440124
Fleadh Ceol 2018 (!)

Volunteers for Fleadh Cheoil na hÉireann needed

Would you like to :

  • Volunteer at the biggest festival of traditional music and culture in the world
  • Volunteer roles to suit anyone over 15
  • Minimum Commitment just 4 hours

Sharing with clubs

Louth Volunteer Centre are managing the Fleadh Volunteer Programme on behalf of Fleadh Cheoil na hÉireann in Drogheda. At least 450,000 people will be coming to Drogheda and the North East between the 12th and 19th August 2018.

They need at least 1,000 volunteers to ensure that the Fleadh is a success. They would love to involve as many members from County Meath clubs as possible. Anyone can volunteer over the age of 15 and the minimum shift commitment is just four hours.

A summary of some of the roles available below:

Sunday 12th – Sunday 18th August

Biggest need will be Thursday 16th – Sunday 19th

  • Green Fleadh Volunteer;
    • shift length 4 hours;
    • start times 11.00am and 3.00pm
  • Information Volunteer;
    • shift length 4 hours;
    • start times 11.00am and 3.00pm
  • Street Steward ;
    • shift length 4 hours;
    • start times 11.00am, 3.00pm, 7.00pm
  • Traffic Steward (limited roles available)
    • shift length 4 hours;
    • start times 7.00am, 11.00am, 3.00pm, 7.00pm

Friday 17th – Sunday 18th August

  • Competition Stewards
    • shift length 5 hours
    • start times vary depending on competition, generally 9.30am, and 3pm with some shifts starting at 12pm.

If clubs are interested in getting involved as a group contact Louth Volunteer Centre at 041 9809008. Members can get involved as individuals by applying online or if anyone is in the vicinity of Louth there are forms in all Louth County Libraries and in Louth Volunteer Offices in Drogheda and Dundalk.

Louth Volunteer Centre suggest that if members are doing their own thing and applying individually then they could still put their club name in the other information box which would mean they could still keep people as a block in the want and also that we can report on the contribution of the club to the Fleadh Volunteer Programme.