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School and Family Programming Volunteer

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Do you want to gain hands on, practical experience of working with school and family groups in a heritage setting? Do you want experience of developing and delivering educational programming for a range of ages including under 5s’ Then this role of School and Family Programming Volunteer is for you.

Social Enterprise Volunteer (Independent Shop and Gallery)

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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.

Front of House Volunteer

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London Canal Museum is dedicated to educating and inspiring our visitors with the history of London’s canals – how they’ve shaped London’s development, the ordinary people that lived and worked on them, as well as the entrepreneurs who profited from them. We want to pass on the heritage of the canals so that future generations can learn about London’s industrial and social past.

Volunteer Room Guide

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Do you have a passion for history?

Virtually unchanged for 400 years, Ham House is internationally recognised for its collection of textiles, furniture and art which have remained in the house since the 17th century.

Our Room guides share their passion by engaging with visitors about family stories, art and love making people feel at home.

Volunteer Room Guide

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Do you have a passion for history?

Virtually unchanged for 400 years, Ham House is internationally recognised for its collection of textiles, furniture and art which have remained in the house since the 17th century.

Our Room guides share their passion by engaging with visitors about family stories, art and love making people feel at home.

Reception Duties/Gallery Steward Volunteer

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Our team of volunteers are a huge part of the Foundling Museum, having being instrumental in establishing the Museum prior to its opening in 2004 and continuing to contribute to its success today. We pride ourselves on welcoming a diverse range of individuals who choose to share their time and expertise with us. The Museum could not function without them.

Gallery Steward

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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 Photographer

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We are looking for enthusiastic and reliable volunteers to photograph some of the Library’s event programme, as well as items from our collection as required.

Volunteer Ranger

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Rangers love the countryside and being out in the fresh air, so they know what our outdoor visitors need. They’re great at taking care of the wildlife and stunning landscapes of Osterley, for ever, for everyone.

By getting involved, you could:

Feel the wind in your hair, and get a tan without trying

Help look after important landscapes for future generations

Use your passion for the outdoors and share your knowledge with visitors

Front of House and Museum Shop Volunteer

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Opportunity to contribute to the day to day running of a unique Museum in the heart of Greenwich. We are looking for enthusiastic volunteers to ensure that all our visitors enjoy their visit to The Fan Museum and leave with a greater understanding of the history of fans and the craft of fan making.

Admissions and Information Desk Volunteer

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The Jewish Museum London is more than a building housing beautiful religious objects. We engage with people of all ages, backgrounds and faiths to bring Jewish culture, heritage and identity into the wider story of Britain. Our collections, exhibitions and activities give a sense of discovery and creativity and our education programmes inspire people to take a stand against racism and to look at the world from a different point of view.

Front-of-House Volunteer

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Our front-of-house volunteers are the public face of Benjamin Franklin House - from running our Box Office and Shop to leading tours of the House for our visitors - and assist us for 1 day per week.

Our front-of-house volunteers also assist the House management team in a variety of areas including marketing, organisation of public events, and general maintenance.

Tour Guide

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We’re looking for enthusiastic, confident and friendly volunteers to guide tours around the Wiener Library. If you’re looking to develop your confidence, public speaking skills and knowledge of the subject matter, the volunteering as a Tour Guide is for you.

Email learning@wienerlibrary.co.uk for more information!

Front of House Volunteer

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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.

Music Volunteer

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We are creating a new team of Organists and Pianists to become Music Volunteers, offering you the opportunity to share your skills and help create an immersive visitor experience by bringing live music to the Palace! These organists and pianists will support a variety of fascinating events including our new monthly family fun days.

Oral Historian

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Monday, 6 May 2019

Help fight for peace!

Eastside Community Heritage has been documenting the hidden histories of East London’s marginalised communities for over twenty years.

We need volunteers to help us carry out oral history interviews with campaigners involved in the anti-war and nuclear disarmament movements.

We’re looking for anyone passionate about history and with an interest in community activism. Volunteers will be given training in oral history methods and media creation, and gain experience in community outreach and archiving.

Learning Team Volunteers

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Our learning team volunteers bring history to life for visitors to Kenwood House. We need your help to support and lead activity sessions for children, young families and school groups.

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.

Outdoor Explainer Volunteer

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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.

Based outside, in the immediate vicinity of Kenwood House you will:

• Provide a physical presence to all those using the grounds closest to Kenwood House, helping to preserve and protect the building and the Estate

• Be a friendly point of contact to those outside, answering questions and providing directions to parts of the estate

Volunteer Welcome Guide

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Do you have a passion for history?

Virtually unchanged for 400 years, Ham House is internationally recognised for its collection of textiles, furniture and art which have remained in the house since the 17th century.

Our Welcome Guides offer a high standard of customer service to our visitors. They’ll inform visitors of daily events and sell guidebooks.

Room Guide (18 Stafford Terrace)

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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

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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.

Blogger

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We are looking for well-informed and self-motivated writers to contribute regularly to The Wiener Library blog by writing articles about significant anniversaries, Library events, reviews of books/films or current issues relating to the Library. All Volunteer Bloggers will attend an induction at the Library to learn about its history and our current work.

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