Surry’s Dunsfold Aerodrome is better known as the home of BBC’s Top Gear but on August 23 and 24 Wings and Wheels will wow crowds of over 30,000 with a variety of dynamic aviation and motoring displays, iconic cars and aircraft. Much of this is put together with volunteer help.
Volunteers are involved in many aspects of the show; from greeting military aircrew on arrival, helping the general public with queries to selling programmes and marshalling motoring demonstrations. Each volunteer is asked to do a minimum of three hours between 8am and 7pm, and in their free time are encouraged to enjoy the air and motoring shows with unlimited access to the public arena.
Applications can be made at http://www.wingsandwheels.net/volunteer-application-form.html until July 25.
Image courtesy Ken Mist