Pre-application session for prospective Group Organisers

Beltane 2014 by Jasper Schwartz

4-7pm on Sunday 11th January 2015
White Horse Bar (266 Canongate, Edinburgh, EH8 8AA)

Let us begin at the beginning, or before the beginning, when your idea for a Beltane 2015 group might be a fully-fledged plan or perhaps just a twinkle in your eye because you have the feeling that this is your year…

The pre-application session is a chance to meet with BFS Trustees, Blues, experienced and prospective Group Organisers (GOs) in a friendly and open setting. You are welcome to discuss your ideas in advance (if you want to) and ask for support and advice to help progress your concept into a fully-fledged application.

It presents a great opportunity to find a collaborative partner if you have a fantastic idea and are looking for a second GO to work with. If you’ve never GO’d before and are considering applying to run a group, come along and have a chat with people who have been there, done that.

If you’ve run a group before but aren’t planning to put in an application for this festival, you’re still very welcome to come along as your experience is extremely valuable and you could provide support and advice to others by sharing your knowledge.

See you there!

For full information about how to apply to be a Group Organiser at Beltane 2015, including the relevant paperwork to download and submit, please visit this post.

You are welcome to register your attendance on our Facebook event page.

Photo of Beltane 2014 by Jasper Schwartz.

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