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Bar Staff required for The Long Road Festival – Leicestershire
The Long Road is a UK country, Americana and roots music festival, held in the grounds of Leicestershire’s beautiful Stanford Hall this September. Celebrating the music, lifestyle and influences of the genre, The Long Road brings together over 40 artists inside the stately home’s spectacular 700 acre grounds for a weekend of music, workshops, pop-up fun and some of the best food and drink around.
All Bar Staff must be over 18 years of age, due to licensing requirements.
The bars will be incredibly busy throughout the events therefore you must be able to work well in a fast-paced environment.
Shifts will be approximately 6 – 12 hours, depending on the demands of the event. There may be a variety of roles available.
Food is provided by our client/bar operator and will therefore vary from event to event, for this event you will receive a packed lunch and a meal voucher every day. Vegetarian options will be available but unfortunately not all dietary requirements can be catered for. We recommend bringing your own snacks for throughout the day in a clear plastic bag. Please bring a reusable water bottle to refill throughout the event.
18–20 £7.76 (£6.92ph + £0.84ph holiday pay)
21-24 £9.19ph (£8.20ph + £0.99ph holiday pay)
25+ £9.77ph (£8.72ph + £1.05ph holiday pay)
There is staff camping.
You will need a good quality tent and sleeping bag (that you will take home at the end of the event and reuse), no large tents allowed due to limited staff camping space. Bring toiletries, wellies/boots, clothes to keep you warm and dry and a battery pack (there will not be a phone charging point). Please make sure you keep valuables to an absolute minimum – as with any festival please don’t leave valuables in your tent when you are not there. HAP Recruitment cannot accept responsibility for lost or stolen items.
Please leave nothing behind, take your tent and belongings with you and always dispose of all rubbish before leaving site.
There will be a staff coach from Birmingham, or you can make your own way to the event.
There will be staff parking details provided at a later date.
Uniform – Staff must wear plain black, casual clothing. Minimal branding and comfortable footwear. Such as: black jeans/trousers/shorts/skirts/leggings (no tracksuits), along with black shoes/pumps/trainers. You need to wear a blank black t-shirt; however, you should bring a dark jumper or hoodie to wear underneath as it might get cold.
Heels, flip flops, or open toed shoes are NOT allowed on the bar.