Hard working, friendly, professional and committed people can receive free tours to European festivals and events by joining the Pillow Adventure Travel Company team as ground crew, tour cooks, leaders and managers.
Ground crew set up campsite areas, the kitchen and communal areas and also do other jobs involved with keeping the camp running smoothly, such as helping serve breakfast, washing up and providing security. Tour cooks should have recognised qualifications or experience in cooking for large numbers of people. Each morning they are responsible for preparing breakfast for the paying passengers and hot meals for the ground crew in the evening. Tour leaders and tour managers should have tour leading experience or qualifications.
Though the work is unpaid, crew receive subsidised travel and free accommodation, two free meals a day and free time to enjoy the festivals once your work is done. Tours you may find yourself working include La Tomatina, in Spain, the Munich Oktoberfest, St Patrick’s Day in Dublin and the British Grand Prix at Silverstone.
If you are interested in any of the above roles, visit www.pillow.co.uk where more information and where to send your CV is given. Interviews are held in March and April.
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