Volunteer and help support our runners achieve something amazing.
We are always looking for volunteers to help with our event. Each year we have 6 to 8 places available, so if you are interested, please send an email to email@example.com.
As a volunteer, you will be expected to help man water stations and checkpoints along the trail. This could involve sitting for up to 6 hours a day in various locations along the route. You will be handing out water to the runners, and if you are manning a checkpoint, making sure they stop and sign the correct forms.
In return, we can offer you free transport from Hartland to Minehead on the 1st morning of the event, free breakfast and dinner each night, free camping accommodation each evening (you need to bring your own sleeping bag or bedding). We will transport you to the checkpoint each day, and onto the next campsite each evening.
If you have a friend or family member running in the event, this is a great way to support them, and you can share their tent during the evenings if you prefer? However you must realise, you are there to support all the runners, not just the runners you know. Once your friends or family have passed through the checkpoint, you must wait for all the other runners to pass through as well.
If you have any other skills you think are relevant and you are happy to offer your services for free, please let us know. In particular if you are first aid trained, a very good photographer, sports massage qualifications etc.
This can be hard work (especially in bad weather) but you will also have some fun, meet some amazing people, see the South West Coast and play your part in helping participants get to the finish line. We work hard on generating a fantastic atmosphere during the event, and we promise that while you are watching these runners cross the finish line in Hartland you will feel a sense of pride in helping them achieve their goals. If you would like to volunteer, or have any further questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.