Volunteer Time Takes to the Skies

Royal International Air Tattoo 2013-0034Nic Hewlett at Rowan House has found a new Volunteer Time activity for 2015! In July she’ll be at  The Royal International Air Tattoo at Fairford for 4 days. Her tasks include checking tickets on the gate and providing customer service.

Nic will be joining a team of around 2,500 volunteers from around the world who help make the world’s biggest airshow such a success. Her duty hours will be long – from 7am until 6pm on Friday to Sunday, and 8am to 4pm on Monday. Phew!

You may not be aware that the Tattoo supports the Royal Air Force Charitable Trust. Since its inception in 2005, the Trust has granted £1.7 million to a wide range of initiatives and projects.

Grants awarded include those to help with cadet training, RAF community projects and support for Air Force personnel in times of hardship.


This year’s Tattoo takes place on 17-19th July and you can buy tickets here. NB tickets must be purchased in advance and those bought before or on May 31st have a £5 discount.

Under 16s go free of charge. There’s also a combined Tattoo/shuttle bus ticket available; the service goes from Swindon bus station.

Pictures are courtesy and copyright of The Royal International Air Tattoo.

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One Response to Volunteer Time Takes to the Skies

  1. Mark Cashmore, Chief Executive says:

    This looks a fantastic opportunity.

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