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🎷 We’re looking for friendly and hard-working volunteers to join our team for #cheltjazzfest in May!

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Volunteering at the Cheltenham Jazz Festival 2018 – Cheltenham Festivals

The Cheltenham Jazz Festival is looking for friendly, hard-working and enthusiastic volunteers.

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