Festival Angels are looking for more volunteers to join their 90 strong team to help keep Leeds Festival guests safe.
Now in their fourth year, the Festival Angels have become a very welcome part of the Festival which sees 90,000 people gather over the Bank Holiday weekend (26-31 August including early entry camping) at Bramham Park.
The team work across three areas at the festival. The Prayer Cafe sells Festival Angels mugs (with free refills over the festival), and it offers the opportunity to request prayer, watch Christian based films or take away a free copy of a specially-printed festival edition of Mark's Gospel.
The teams also patrol the festival site chatting to people, offering safety advice, suntan lotion, bottles of water and first aid assistance as well as a helping hand.
And they run the Lost Property tent, which last year re-united 573 items of property with their owners, including a wallet containing £520 in cash, several smartphones - and a teddy bear.
Festival Angels coordinator, Revd Andy Nicholson, says, "Each year our team is getting bigger and we want to expand the number of services we offer. The dedication of our volunteers is amazing and really do help make Leeds Festival a better experience for the thousands of people we meet."
To find out more or to become part of the team visit www.leedsfestivalangels.org.uk