We’re looking for motivational and enthusiastic volunteer groups to assist at this year’s Admiral Swansea Bay 10k Race. Volunteers play an essential role in the safety of runners and the all-important atmosphere of our great race. If you have a spare few hours, or if you are unable to run but would still like to take part, this is the perfect opportunity!
The Admiral Swansea Bay 10k is one of the best 10k’s in the UK and is set along the beautiful sweep of Swansea Bay. The event has a fantastic atmosphere that wouldn’t be possible without the volunteers. It’s also a great way to gain race event experience, and volunteering always looks good on a CV!
Plus, you’ll be a part of an amazing day and meet some inspiring people that get involved year after year. If that’s not enough, you’ll also receive a commemorative T-shirt along with a goody bag and refreshments on the day!
What can I do?
There are a number roles that need to be filled by volunteers on race day;
- Course Marshall Volunteer
- Enquiries and Admin Volunteer
- Welfare Volunteer
- Finish Area Volunteer
Who Can Apply?
Any groups can apply. The main representative of the group must be 18 years and over.
The Admiral Swansea Bay 10k race organisers will provide you with refreshments and a commemorative t shirt during your shift but unfortunately, any other expenses incurred by you will not be reimbursed. Please bear this in mind when registering interest or applying for a position.
How do I apply?
Please call 01792 635428 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to express your interest. Please indicate which type of role your group would like to do.
What happens next?
If you are successful, we will be in touch with regular email updates and a briefing note, explaining your role on the day. All volunteers will also be expected to attend a briefing meeting prior to race day (date to be confirmed). If you have any questions prior to this, please contact us.
We would like to give a MASSIVE thank you to the following groups that have supported us for many years and the volunteers who have helped us make this race what it has become today:
- 215 ATC Cadets
- Swansea Sea cadets
- Swansea Lions
- Admiral Staff
- 3m’s Running Group
- Penyrheol PE Department
- Llanelli Sea Cadets
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