With Fleadh Cheoil na hÉireann fast approaching, Louth Volunteer Centre will be relocating to a temporary Volunteer Hub from 12th-19th August. This means that there will be limited access (if any) to our team at our office on Bolton Street on Friday 10th August.
You can contact the team on 0861714153 or 0861714155 if necessary.
The award winning Irish Maritime Festival returns to Drogheda on Saturday the 16th and Sunday the 17th of June, between the hours of 11am and 6pm.
The festival is the largest maritime event in Ireland, with 40,000 visitors attending annually, and each year volunteers from across County Louth play an essential role in supporting this exciting event.
What Volunteer Roles are Available?
Volunteers are needed on both the Saturday and the Sunday, for any hours that they are able to contribute, in one of the following areas:
Volunteers will be matched with the role they are most interested in, or have specific skills for, as much as possible.
Support for Volunteers
All volunteers will be supported by the project team, and volunteers will work together, to assist each other in a positive environment.
Specific support is also available for volunteers with physical, sensory, learning or mental health disabilities or difficulties.
Benefits of Volunteering at the Maritime Festival
In addition to the ‘feel good factor’ of getting out in the warmer weather and doing something positive in the local community, volunteers will get a chance to:
How Can I Get Involved?
If you are already registered with Louth Volunteer Centre, you can register your interest for this role on our website by clicking on the link at the top of our homepage, or going to our registration page.
If you haven’t registered with us yet, or are new to volunteering and are unsure about how it works, please get in touch with one of our friendly team. You can do this by: