Thank you for considering stewarding!
Stewarding is a fun and rewarding experience, and is a vital part of the festival, so we are really grateful for your interest.

Please read these notes before completing the form.  Applications will be processed on a first-come, first-served basis so please apply as early as possible. Unless we contact you in the meantime, please assume that you have a place - we will confirm places by 31st January 2020.

Stewards all get a free festival pass for all events/stages and can stay in the stewards camping area (please let us know on the form below whether you will be camping in a tent or caravan/motorhome so we can allocate enough space). Camping will be available from Sunday 30th May for set-up stewards or 12 noon on Wednesday 3rd of June for everyone else.

You must be at least 18 years of age on 1st June 2019. All stewards must present a photo ID when checking in at the start of the Festival. It will not be possible for children to be with you whilst on duty.

Your priority as a volunteer stewards is to help the organisers to operate the Festival in a safe and controlled manner. If your duties clash with events you would like to see or participate in, then this should be brought to our attention as soon as possible when you arrive.  Please note it might not be possible to change rotas to suit all requests.

Stewards are an important and visible part of the festival team and it's important that you help promote the friendly and fun atmosphere that GTSF is all about. Therefore you must act in a professional and courteous manner, as well as being vigilant and health-and-safety conscious at all times. You must not be under the influence of alcohol (or any other substance) or drink alcohol whilst on duty.

Approximately two weeks before the festival (or as soon as rotas are prepared) you will be told the time of your first duty. Please let us know as soon as possible if you are not going to be available for this duty. Full rotas might not be available until you arrive at the Festival and are always subject to change. 


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