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Arbour Park Volunteering

 

The Trust is very keen to promote the work of volunteers at Arbour Park.  The hard work of many volunteers has kept the Club going during the years at Windsor and Beaconsfield, both on matchdays and at other events and meetings.  Now that the Club has returned to the town, the Club is responsible for more than during the ground sharing years.

 

The efficient completion of these jobs will allow the Club to provide an excellent matchday experience for supporters and reduces the overall workload that can often fall to the same people.  On matchdays you will see the chairman, committee members and even the joint-managers getting involved as well as regular supporters alongside the professional stewards.  We are lucky to have the professionals to help however the number available to us vary depending on the needs of other local clubs.  The efficiency of the set up is particularly important on Tuesdays when time is more limited.

 

In January 2018, the Club took over the running of all catering facilities at Arbour Park.  This means that the Club is benefitting from money spent behind the bar and kitchen.  In order to make a success of this, the Club requires volunteers to run the bar/kitchen/tea bar as well as the standard matchday jobs.

Please do not expect others to step up, many of the current volunteers take on several jobs on matchdays, it's not fair to expect the same people to do everything, so if you can help, please get in touch.

 

Below is a list of jobs that need doing regularly on matchdays, updated since the completion of the facility.  If you are able to help at any time, and for any length of time, please get in touch with Kay Lathey (gensec@sloughtownfc.net) who will help to set the right people with the right jobs.

The Club requires these volunteers from 11am to 7pm on Saturday matches and 5.45pm to 10.30pm on Tuesdays.

 

 

Early jobs: (approx 10.30am-1pm Saturdays, 5.30-6.30pm Tuesdays)

- Sign on the front gate

- Cones to be placed on the side of Stoke Road along the length of Arbour Park, and on the entrance to Stokesay

- Car park and entrance signs

- Possible movement of supplies from vehicles into bar/kitchen

- Setting up gazebos for Programme sellers or the bar area along with tables, banners etc.

- Setting up the downstairs tea bar area and upstairs bar and kitchen

- Putting up reserved signs on seats, and drying seats where needed

 

Pre-match jobs: (approx 1pm-3pm Saturdays, 6.30-7.45pm Tuesdays)

- Cars to be checked for permits at entrance to Arbour Park and St Joseph's School (working with professional stewards from 12pm on Saturdays and 6pm Tuesdays until before the match)

- Selling programmes and golden goal tickets

- Running the turnstiles

- Running the bar, kitchen and tea bar

 

Hospitality jobs and during-match jobs: (approx 12pm-5pm Saturdays, 6.30-10pm Tuesdays depending on job)

- Pre-match and half time refreshments for visiting match officials and players/management

- Tea bar/kitchen/bar staff (these jobs are suited for people who are less bothered about seeing the whole match)

- Clearing of tables and emptying bins through the match

- Supporter assistance around the ground

 

Post-match jobs: (approx 4.45pm-6.30pm Saturdays, 9.45-10.30pm Tuesdays)

- Picking up rubbish around the ground

- Post match hospitality in the board room

- Removal of rubbish bags from the bar area and bins, turning empited bins over

- Packing away of the gazebo and other tables, signs, banners etc.

- Removal of the cones and signs from Stoke Road, Stokesay and the pedestrian walkway in the car park

- Running the bar/kitchen after the match and tidying up these areas before closing