As the Fayre closes, a quick-working crew are needed to assist with clean-up, vendor booth pack-up, and event breakdown. There’s something for everyone to lend a hand to end the event on a high note.
A community event of this size means needs often arise during the day. If you are flexible and enjoy serving in a variety of areas, sign-up! You will be an essential and valuable member of the volunteer team!
Volunteers are needed prior to the event and early Saturday morning. There’s much to do to transform the Cathedral grounds to a slice of merry ol’ England. If you’re not able to attend the day of the Fayre, this area offers many ways to get involved and serve alongside fellow parishioners.
An army of volunteers is needed to assist with event set-up Friday and the morning of the event. Helping hands are also needed to assist vendors with their booth set-up and breakdown.
Not quite a member of the Queen’s Royal Guars, but a VIP at the Fayre indeed. Volunteers are needed to monitor bus visits throughout the day.
Volunteers are needed to sell water and sodas. With warm weather predicted, you’re sure to have many customers!
A host of fun-loving activity leaders are needed to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience for all.
Children and adults delight in this ticketed activity. Volunteers (Fairy Godmothers) are needed to help the tea cup creators produce a lovely keepsake and to assist in the Fort activities. Assistance prepping activities is needed Thursday and Friday (May 2 and 3) as well as throughout Saturday (May 4).
This group of merry volunteers is an essential part of extending a hearty Cheerio! and warm welcome during the Fayre. Greeters and ticket sale attendants are needed throughout Saturday’s event.
A favorite tent at the Fayre, the Cross Keys Pub embodies that old English charm offering cold beverages that pair perfectly with fish and chips. This year we’re adding dart boards for friendly pub competition. Volunteers are needed for set-up, breakdown, and help during the event as servers and dart masters.