About Cycling Ireland
Cycling Ireland is the National Governing Body for the sport of cycling on the island of Ireland.
Our aim is to promote cycling as an accessible and enjoyable pursuit, where every cyclist may participate and develop to their full potential.
Bike Fest 2018 is fast approaching, and on Sunday the 17th June, Cycling Ireland's annual family festival will mark the end of National Bike Week. From 1pm - 6pm, St. Annes Park, Dublin will be transformed into a cycling haven offering an opportunity for all ages to enjoy their bike, with plenty of fun activities for all the family.
We are appealing for some help on the big day, we are looking for volunteers to become involved in one of the most enjoyable cycling events of the year. Help us on the day by becoming a marshal and do your bit to make this year's event even more successful than last year.
What's required for this position
For those who are looking to help out we need marshals to help us ensure that this years event is even more successful than last years. All marshals will be designated a specific role and will receive a goodie bag on the day. Roles will include coordinating people and ensuring the safety of all attendees on the day.
- Event management/ Fundraising
- Personable Skills
Level of English required for this role:
Times and commitment required for this role
Minimum time commitment: Once Off
Hours required: 4hrs Once off
Location of volunteering opportunity:
St. Anne's Park, Clontarf, Dublin 5
Also available in these counties
Dublin - Fingal, Meath, Wicklow
Screening details for this role:
Volunteers will be provided with the following supports:
- Support/ advice/ recognition
Is this opportunity suitable for groups/teams of volunteers?
Benefits you will receive as a volunteer
All marshals will be designated a specific role and will receive a goodie bag on the day.
Buses servicing Howth Road and Clontarf Road, Car, Dart to Raheny Train Station, Map Co-Ordinates 53.371116, -6.174499