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Returning to the Natural History Museum

Posted on Wednesday, September 18, 2019

We’ve barely kicked off our wellies and peeled off our tabards and already we’re looking towards the cooler months and what we have coming up over October/November/December. In particular, we’re now into the swing of prepping for our return to the Natural History Museum.

For those of you unfamiliar with this one, DC has provided waste management and cleaning services to the Natural History Museum, servicing and maintaining the cleaning for the ice rink during the winter since 2015. We’re pleased to return again this year.

This is a unique job with DC as it spans over four months (October 2019 to January 2020) and is rota-based work. This means we can offer you regular work each week at the same event over this period. Shifts will range between 7 to 14 hours long (including a break), ideal for any London-based crew looking for regular work to sustain you through the winter (or at least until the sunshine comes back!)

If this is something that peeks your interest then step number one is to get in contact via email to let us know your exact availability. We like to plan ahead, and we can work around you, so take a look at your diaries and let us know if and when you’d be free to join the team!

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I just wanted to send out a big thank you to you and your team for all the work you and the team put into helping make the traffic and transport operation work so well this year.

As it was a pleasure having DC site services as part of our team. I think the GFEL team of contractors is the envy of a lot of events in the way we all support each other and it was noted by some observers that stated the following :- 

"simply put, GFEL’s off-site traffic management plan was delivered and managed in a totally consistent and defensible manner that sought to promote good practice, collaboration and road safety to the benefit of all road users."

The DC are big part of that delivery and should take some of the credit for that delivery.

Steve Russell-Yarde, Off-site Traffic Manager
Glastonbury Festival