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General Helpers needed for the Tour de Manc - Micro Manc Children's Event

Tour de Manc will be hosting a children’s cycling event to raise vital funds for our headline charities.

This is a cycling participation event and children will cycle around a safe, 1KM purpose built track. This is an inclusive event and disabled riders are very welcome in the afternoon when adapted bikes will be available, together with trained helpers.

We are looking for a team of volunteers to support with a number of roles at this event. Some of these volunteer roles include -
- Marshaling
- Photography
- Film making
- Start/Finish line Attendants
- First Aid Support

On application you will be asked for any relevant training or experience.

Tameside Cycle Circuit, OL79HG

Photography,Filmography,Cycling,events,Event Support,Event Management,Inclusion Activities

You must be over 16 years old Accessible Age Groups Children

Open from Saturday 24th March 2018 to Saturday 24th March 2018

Closing on Thursday 1st January 2060 in 15263 days.

offered by MMU Sport Volunteering

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Saturday, 24 March 2018

Starting at 09:00 for 8 hours

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