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Recent Work Experience Vacancies
Organisation NameWycombe Museum
About the Organisation
Wycombe Museum is a family friendly museum that explores the history of Wycombe District and its surrounding areas through hands-on galleries. Famous for its chair collection, the Museum includes ‘The History of Wycombe in 10 Objects’, our Art Gallery, a 1920’s kitchen and changing temporary exhibitions. Check our exhibitions page for more. The museum is located in a Grade II listed house with parts dating from the 1600s and is surrounded by a beautiful big garden which is great for exploring.
Office Location and Full Address
Priory Ave, High Wycombe HP13 6PX
Telephone Number:01494 957210
Job TitleVolunteer Position
DurationPossible start date: Immediately
Volunteering is a great way to support the Museum – as well as gain new experiences, new skills and socialise with like-minded people. Volunteers are a vital part of our Museum and help across the departments in a variety of roles – from welcoming visitors, helping with arts and crafts sessions, to cataloguing the collection and dealing with public enquiries.
Type of vacancy: Work experience
No. of vacancies available: 10
Location: Wycombe Museum
Possible start date: Immediately