Can you help us by volunteering at the Museum?

Working jointly with The National Trust, we are continuing to recruit volunteers to staff the RAF Defford Museum at Croome, to meet current needs and to cover the expansion of the Museum into a second building.

The Museum is open 11:00 to 16:30 (16:00 in winter), seven days a week. For every hour the Museum is open to the public, we need trained, National Trust enrolled volunteer Museum Stewards on duty.

Volunteer Museum Stewards play a vital role, talking to and directing visitors and helping them understand the history of RAF Defford and its achievements. Volunteers receive the general induction normal for Room Stewards, with specialist training involving DAHG for their role in the Museum.

As National Trust registered volunteers, Museum stewards will receive various benefits and privileges, and join a group with a high degree of team spirit.

Find out more on the National Trust website.

Can you help us? Contact us for more details or phone Rachel Coltman on 01905 370001 or John and Ann Sterry on 01684 772234, for a chat about volunteering. Applications can also be made directly on the National Trust website.

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