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Room Guide (18 Stafford Terrace)

Would you like to gain experience working in a museum and engaging with the public?

18 Stafford Terrace was the home of Punch cartoonist Edward Linley Sambourne, his wife Marion, their two children and their live-in servants. A late Victorian family home it is preserved almost entirely intact, giving a memorable insight into the lives of the Sambournes and the world in which they lived.

Museum Assistant

Featuring over 12,000 original items from the unique Robert Opie Collection, discover how well-loved brands evolved through their creative use of packaging and advertising - and how we evolved with them. The history of consumer culture is revealed decade by decade in our ?time tunnel?, from the naive charm of the Victorian era to the sophistication of today.

Events Assistant


We are looking for reliable and friendly volunteers to help set up and welcome visitors at the Library’s programmed events which usually take place on weekday evenings, although there are some daytime and weekend events. The Library has a varied programme of events including: Film screenings, Exhibition views, Book launches, Public lectures, Fundraising events, Workshops and Open House.

Front of House Volunteer

Handel & Hendrix in London promotes the knowledge, awareness and enjoyment of Handel and Hendrix’s music to as wide a public audience as possible. We strive to inspire, educate and inform visitors through a series of concerts, talks and exhibitions about the two famous residents of neighbouring houses in Brook Street. We are looking for enthusiastic, pro-active and open-minded individuals to join our large and sociable volunteer team.

Front of House Volunteer


Fulham Palace’s restoration project ‘Discovering the Bishop of London’s Palace at Fulham’ is due for completion in May 2019. Our museum is transforming and will comprise more exhibition spaces and visitor engagement activities across all of our accessible historic rooms. Come and join our brand new Front of House team!

Opportunity: Front-of-House Volunteer

Benjamin Franklin House is the world’s only remaining home of Dr Benjamin Franklin. Scientist, diplomat, philosopher, inventor, Founding Father of the United States and more. Franklin lived in the House for nearly sixteen years between 1757 and 1775. Today, 36 Craven Street is a small historic house and educational facility. Our Front-of-House Volunteers are the public face of the museum. These positions provide volunteers with the opportunity to gain experience in the museum/heritage sector in a visitor-facing role.

Opportunity: Front of House Volunteer

Front of House volunteers play an important role in bringing our spaces to life, providing a warm welcome for all visitors and sharing their knowledge of the Fulham Palace site and history.

Opportunity: Learning Volunteer: Schools and Families

* To assist staff with elements of the administration and delivery of the schools and famiies* programme of sessions in the Museum*s Foyle Centre
* To offer volunteers a unique opportunity to play a key role while gaining experience working with a national museum collection of historic importance

Opportunity: Volunteer Tour Guide

To help our students to understand the beauty and intrigue of museums and to help increase their cultural capital.

Opportunity: Watercolour Researcher

To help us recreate the world before photography and reach our target of 100,000 images by the end of the summer

Front of House Volunteer


Are you up for being involved in London’s most exciting new arts venue?

Shoreditch Town Hall is looking for volunteers to get involved in a range of activities. Whether it be as an usher in our current season of artistic work, serving tea and coffee at events or distributing leaflets, your interests and skills are incredibly important to us.

Social Enterprise Volunteer (Independent Shop and Gallery)

Peter Bedford Housing Association (PBHA) has been inspiring brighter futures for over forty years, supporting excluded and vulnerable adults to achieve independence and social inclusion through our supported housing and training programmes.

Volunteer Events Assistant

Volunteer as an Events Assistant at the National Trust’s Osterley Park.

Fancy being an elf for the day? Or are you a champion at putting up deckchairs’ There’s nothing like a fun day out, and Events Assistants help us to make them happen at Osterley Park.

Volunteer for the National Trust and gain valuable experience in the heritage and events sector

Work with a fantastic team of experienced volunteers and industry experts

Volunteer Programme Digital Communication Assistant.

Are you passionate about social media and volunteering? We’re looking for someone to help engage our current volunteer base through digital communication and community engagement. It’s an exciting way to get involved with the museum while we undergo a two-year transformative period.

Volunteer Tour Guide

Do you have a passion for history and a love of sharing stories with others’ Does the idea of bringing 500 years of history to life sound like your sort of pastime? In that case, come and explore a rare piece of Hackney heritage - join us and become one of Sutton House’s tour guide volunteers.

Opportunity: Outdoor Explainer Volunteer

We are looking for friendly and enthusiastic volunteers to support the outdoor team at Kenwood House in ensuring all visitors have an enjoyable and safe visit.

Opportunity: Admissions and Information Desk Volunteer

We are currently looking for volunteers to staff our new Admissions Desk.

Opportunity: Museum Assistant Volunteer

The Museum of Brands is a popular friendly museum of consumer culture located in West London. Our volunteer Museum Assistants help us to run the museum on a day-to-day basis, providing a warm welcome to our customers and playing an essential part in our activities. Volunteers will be museum ambassadors for this exciting, lively, and engaging museum.

Opportunity: Room Guide (18 Stafford Terrace)

18 Stafford Terrace was the home of Punch cartoonist Edward Linley Sambourne, his wife Marion, their two children and their live-in servants. A late Victorian family home it is preserved almost entirely intact, giving a memorable insight into the lives of the Sambournes and the world in which they lived.

We are looking for volunteer Visitor Assistants who will be on hand to provide a warm, friendly welcome to visitors and keep an eye on the contents of our rooms.

The role will give you the opportunity to get to know the art work and house in more depth. It will also be sociable and offer new opportunities for learning and skills development.


We are looking for volunteers to join our friendly and dedicated visitor experience volunteer team, helping our visitors to understand and enjoy their visit.

Are you interested in gaining some new skills and meeting new people in one of London’s hidden gems’ Kenwood House is set on the edge of Hampstead Heath and surrounded by tranquil landscaped gardens. The House enjoys breath-taking interiors, a stunning art collection and period gardens which are free to the public to enjoy.

Gallery Steward


Two Temple Place is a spectacular neo-gothic mansion on London’s Victoria Embankment, owned and run by The Bulldog Trust. The building is transformed into an exhibition venue for three months each year and we rely on our fantastic team of friendly and dedicated volunteers to make our exhibitions a success.

Volunteer Book Reviewer


We’re looking for committed and enthusiastic students (Masters or PhD level in a relevant discipline) to review new books on the Holocaust and genocide selected by the Library. All Volunteer Book Reviewers will attend an induction at the Library to learn about its history and our current work. Although this role can be completely remotely, Book Reviewers are encouraged to make use of the Reading Room and therefore will be made familiar with resources during the induction session. All articles will be proof read by a staff member before they are published online.