School in a Bag is the main initiative of the charity the Piers Simon Appeal and is a non-profit organisation who run Home Farm Music Festival every year. The support of the community is vital to make the festival happen and ensure everyone has a brilliant weekend. There are a few ways you can help:
If you are a journalist and are interested in covering Home Farm Fest, please send an email to let us know so we can send you a press pass.
The more people you tell, the more people come, the bigger the bands, the more fun we all have...PRESS & MEDIA
To make the festival work, we always need both performers, and a team of volunteers!
If this is you, and you're happy to donate your time for free to our charity festival, then please get in touch by sending in an application form (found to your right!). As a thanks you, we give every perfomer a +1 Weekender ticket to Home Farm Fest in the hope you'll come and have a great time at our festival before and after you've played :). We can't guarantee everyone who applies gets a slot as we have more people apply than we have space for, but please be assured we listen to every single band/performer.
BEING A HOME FARM FEST VOLUNTEER
If this is something you're interested in doing (you'll be in shifts with your spare time allowing you access to the Festival for free), then please get in touch!
In the run up to the festival, we’re always looking for people with promotion, marketing, fundraising & organising skills. And building skills/muscle!
During the festival, if you can help with transport, setting up and stewarding, that would be great. We have the lovely Tesco Yeovil who provide our volunteers with food (this will be worked out by your Volunteer Manager with the shifts that you do).
After the festival, if you want to clear up and de-rig, you’re a saint!
All our helpers and volunteers will be rewarded with beer and food at our Thank You party after Home Farm Fest :)CONTACT US
All donations, big or small, very gratefully received. Thank you!DONATE