Could we borrow you for a couple minutes?

Could we borrow you for a couple minutes? 5 minutes? Half an hour? A year?

The Plumstead Make Merry would not happen without its volunteers and supporters and we are always looking for an extra pair of hands to lend a hand. So whether you have couple of minutes to spare or are considering a longer-term commitment, below are some great ideas on how you could get involved:

2 minutes – Make a donation, be it small or large towards our Save the Make Merry campaign. We still need funds to stage this year’s 40th anniversary event and every penny counts so why not visit our crowdfunding website now.

5 minutes – Help us spread the word by sharing this page on Facebook or Twitter, retweeting our Tweets @PlumMakeMerry or linking to our website. The more people who donate, volunteer, perform, run a stall/activity or just come along on the day, the better.

15 minutes – Follow us on Facebook or Twitter to find out about our other activities and join in the conversation.

30 minutes – Write to your local paper about us, mention us in your blog, apply to perform or run a stall/activity at this year’s festival.

A few hours – Why not help us on the day of the festival? This need not be all day, just an hour or two would be great and you could be anything from a steward to a helping hand in our Acoustic cafe. Not only will you be part of the longest running community event in Greenwich and meet new people but you could also include this activity on a CV or UCAS application or to gain International Baccalaureate or Duke of Edinburgh Award points. Visit our Volunteer page to find out more.

A regular commitment – Why not join the Committee? We’re a friendly bunch and the more the merrier! Share your skills and learn new ones.

If you have any questions about getting involved in the Plumstead Make Merry, please get in touch by emailing info@plumsteadmakemerry.co.uk.

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