From: SEFAN [admin_at_sefan_dot_org_dot_uk]
Sent: 28 June 2006 10:33
Subject: SEFAN:2006-06-28:01. Sidmouth Needs More Stewards

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Date: 28 June 2006 03:58:46 BDT
Subject: Sidmouth Needs More Stewards

Sidmouth  FolkWeek exceeded all expectations  last year for its first year
under new management.  This year there's an even bigger line up of events, 
including concerts, ceilidhs, social dance, workshops,  
showcases, a full programme of children's events, crafts and more.   

Folk Week runs from 4 to 11 August 2006.  You can read all about it at 

We need more reliable, enthusiastic venue stewards.   
Stewards activities include staffing venue doors, selling and checking
tickets,  watching  out for everyone's safety, looking after customers and 
basically  making an enormous contribution to creating a successful, friendly festival. 

We have vacancies for people to work in the large number of venues across
the festival, from marquees to theatres, concerts to workshops, and dances to 
storytelling; the list goes on and on!  
Both season and individual event tickets are selling fast; we're expecting a
very busy, vibrant  festival with something for everyone. 

Stewards get a free season ticket, free camping, free bus travel around
Sidmouth, a lot of respect and big thank yous in return for 4 to 5 hours work a day. 
If you're interested visit our website and download a stewards application form. 
If you've any questions email Simon on 
mailto:simon_at_spoerer_dot_freeserve_dot_co_dot_uk or Alison at mailto:alison_dot_duncan_at_bigfoot_dot_com ; 
we'll get back to you as soon as we can.

Best Wishes
Richard Brecknock
(Director Winchester MAYfest and Sidmouth FolkWeek)

Penny Allen      /      Anthony John Allen

South East Folk Arts Network:
Charity registered in England and Wales No: 1111883
Company Limited by Guarantee No: 5114495 registered in Cardiff

Meltdown English Ceilidhs:

89 Hollingbury Park Avenue, Brighton,  BN1 7JQ
Tel.  +44 (0)1273 541453
Fax. +44 (0)1273 554189