Kendall Calling: provide a helping hand for 30,000 music fans
One of the North of England's largest music festivals is looking for Angels to offer support and assistance to some of the 30,000 festival-goers.
Kendal Calling happens annually at Lowther Deer Park just outside Penrith and this year runs from 29 July–2 August. For the third year, teams of Christian-based Festival Angels will be running Safe Hub caravans.
With acts including Stereophonics and Supergrass, the Festival Angels will be on hand to offer a safe place where people can come to chat, grab a cuppa and seek help and advice.
Paul Blakey MBE, the founder of Street Angels and Christian Nightlife Initiatives Network, says, "It is great once again to be heading to the fields with Festival Angels to offer a safe place at Kendal Calling. Last year our teams were able to offer assistance and help to hundreds of young people and we are looking to build the team for 2020 to offer two 24-hour safe hubs over the festival week."
To find out more or to sign up to volunteer visit festivalangels.org.uk/kendalcalling