Be part of the legacy: new volunteers needed for 2022



Do you have what it takes to volunteer with 100th Bomb Group Memorial Museum?


Join us today to become part of the legacy. 100th Bomb Group Memorial Museum is completely run by volunteers and we rely on their dedication and goodwill to help preserve our site and welcome visitors. No prior knowledge is required and all our opportunities are flexible to suit individual needs and interests. Just a few hours of your time can make a real difference. Please contact us at info@100bgmus.org.uk to find out more.


We are looking for friendly, hardworking, reliable people to volunteer with us over the coming season. We are specifically looking for volunteers who would like to be part of our front of house team to welcome visitors and serve in our shop. We are also looking for volunteers who would like to assist our Curator in museum collections work on our computer database. If you also have experience of site maintenance or would like to learn and be part of our friendly team please get in touch.


"Our museum is completely run by volunteers and we're so grateful for all the support our great team offers. Our busy summer period is soon to be upon us where we'll need all the help we can get to ensure our visitors have the best experience possible. We need more enthusiastic volunteers to join our friendly team for lots of different roles." – Debra Hubbard, Chairman of Trustees.


Front of House Volunteer – Role Description

- Welcoming visitors on-site (no prior knowledge of 100th Bomb Group required).

- Serving visitors in our gift shop with our new easy till system.

- Serving teas and coffees in our visitor centre.


Maintenance Volunteer – Role Description

- Assisting our maintenance team in general building and site works including grounds and interiors.

- Helping to maintain our historic buildings


Collections Volunteer – Role Description

- Supporting our curator with adding information to our collections management system, MODES on our objects.

- Adding data to our system on new object acquisitions and when object move location on-site.

- Adding details to our computer system where new information is revealed about our collections, such as names of airmen and locations of photographs.

- Supporting the team on new exhibitions.

100th Bomb Group Memorial Museum,

Common Rd,

Dickleburgh,

Diss,

IP21 4PH

Phone: 01379 740708

www.100bgmus.org.uk

For more information please contact info@100bgmus.org.uk

Facebook: @100bgmus

Twitter: @100bgmus





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