You will participate in the organization of the festival.
First step: preparing the site, decoration; second step: setting up a project with the entire Concordia team to run a stand during the festival; third step: dismantling the festival. Of course you can also enjoy and participate in the activities that will be offered during the event. You will occasionally work on landscaping in the park of the estate.
You will be hosted in the camping site of the domain in tents for 2, boys and girls separately (bring your sleeping bag!). The cooking and the collective life will take place in the Castle’s premises. You will share the various collective tasks and prepare meals together as a group. The budget will be allocated to the group leader and you will participate in the preparation of dishes with good products from the market and local producers.
The Domaine de la Frayse is in the Fargues St Hilaire city territory. This village, surrounded by vineyards is about 20 km away from Bordeaux and 60 km away from the Atlantic Ocean. Visits (the Pyla Dune, the city of Bordeaux) and leisure activities (bubble foot, biking) will also take place during your stay.
Enjoy unforgettable moments at the Frayse estate where one of the greatest festivals for young, hip and trendy people of the Aquitaine region will be organized!
The Frayse’Toch #educpop is coming to its third edition and Concordia volunteers are once again invited to join the team. This festival dedicated to the youth is organized by the UFCV branch of Fargues Saint Hilaire city, and will take place on the Frayse estate, which includes several hectares of park and a castle. UFCV is one of the largest youth development and non-formal education organizations in France.
Bring working clothes and shoes as well as suitable clothing for rainy and cold weather. Nights can be fresh so take a good sleeping bag.
Foreigners belonging to the European Union must bring with them a personal EHIC (European Health Insurance Card), and everybody must, in any case, bring their insurance certificate. If health issues happen on the project, volunteers will have to pay for it, and will then be reimbursed once back in their home country.