Loch Ness 24
26 August 2022
When We Need You
26/08/2022 - 28/08/2022
About Loch Ness 24
We are excited to be part of Loch Ness 24 on Friday 26th August - Sunday 28th August and we are looking for volunteers to help the event. We have many different roles to choose from.
24hr Course Marshals Volunteers
We are looking for couples or groups of friends to host a number of marshall stations on the course throughout the entire race. These marshal stations should always allow for one person to be awake and on duty for the full 24hrs. Such a pair or group will be able to organise their own rota for being 'on call' whilst the rest of the team can rest, sleep, eat or enjoy the beautiful surroundings. It's just a great place to camp even without the event!
- You will be given with a radio and will act as eyes and ears out on the course
- You will be supported by the race organisers at all times
- Camp out in stunning scots pine woodland close to the banks of Loch Ness
- Cheer on all participants as well as CHSS fundraisers
- Free hot main meals provided by event organiser
- Take it in turns with your friends, partner, husband or wife.
- You will need to have your own camping equipment and car
Timing: Arrive Sat morn from 8:00am in time for a briefing and to set up camp before the race start or welcome to stay Friday night and enjoy Ceilidh music and Pasta and Pizza party
- 7:30am - 10:00am on Saturday morning (27th August) - Registering participants inside marquee before the event
Car park Volunteers
- 3:30 - 18:00 on Friday 26th August
Campsite marshal Volunteers
- 7:30 - 10:00 on Saturday 27 August
Start/Finish line marshal Volunteers
- Camp out in the main event base/village area
- Help support the transition area where participants hand over the 'baton' to their teammates
- Encourage and support all participants
- This will be done on a rota allowing ample time for rest, sleep and food, if you have a partner or friend that can join you then that's even better.
About Chest, Heart & Stroke Scotland
We are Scotland’s largest health charity working to help people with chest, heart and stroke conditions live life to the full.
Everyone should have the right to live life to the full after a stroke or diagnosis of a chest or heart condition.
Many people living with our conditions experience fear, isolation and loneliness, and struggle to cope with the impact of their health condition on their everyday lives.
But our amazing nurses, support workers and volunteers are here to make sure no one has to recover alone.
Through our Hospital to Home service, we’re making sure people across Scotland get the support they need to recover well at home.
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