Posted on Tuesday, February 11, 2020

Today’s the day! Glastonbury Festival 2020 applications are now live. We can’t wait to return to the East Campervan fields with new faces joining the DC old-timers.

Absorb the Glastonbury vibes whilst off shift and earn money in the process. Paul McCartney and Taylor Swift have already been confirmed as headliners, what are you waiting for?

This year we are asking for a £320 deposit, paying this does not confirm your position at Glastonbury; applications will be assessed and assigned in the week commencing 2nd March. Consult our FAQs for more info on deposits.

You must be prepared to work daily 12-hour night or day shifts starting on Tuesday 23rd June, working every day until Monday 29th June. This will still give you time to swap your traffic hi-vis for glitter and sequins.

Get your application in ASAP! Make sure that your profile is ready for us to approve. Here are some things that people often miss:

  • Entitlement documents - a scan of your current passport OR long-form birth certificate AND document containing your national insurance number AND name. Any problems? contact us.
  • A passport-style profile picture in the ‘Your Photo’ Section

For further information about working at Glastonbury click on the blue info button on DCSS PAAM. 

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DC Site Services were appointed to manage the running of the public car park for the Aegon Open Nottingham, international tennis event. Due to the nature of the event, most vehicles arrive and depart within a short window of time at the start and end of each day’s play. DC Site Services ran a smooth operation, with their knowledge and expertise in this area and were effective in managing the vehicle flow as well as the wear and tear of the field on which the cars were parking, to ensure the delivery on day 1 was as good as the delivery on day 9.  This improvement was also recognised by our customers who referenced this specifically when asked in a survey how the event had improved compared with previous years, quoting “parking was easier”, “there were no queues to park this year”, “parking was more organised”, “car park problems from last year sorted”.

Rebecca James - Tournament Director