This is a first of a series of Volunteer Highlights- showcasing the behind-the-scenes work our volunteers do here at the Museum. Find out more about Collections volunteering from Ruth! Hello, my name is Ruth Tillyard; I am one of the
The Museum has a fun-packed summer full of creativity and crafting ahead. We are all really looking forward to imagining, making, and sharing stories with you all! Here are all the ways you can get involved in ‘The Summer of
As we look forward to our packed Summer schedule of events starting with Arbury Carnival and Abbey People Big lunch in just a couple of weeks, here is a speak peak of the best bits of coming to these glorious
What does it mean to travel through time? Can one really do that, step into another time and someone elses shoes..? It’s a cold winters morning, one of my first trial shifts as a volunteer at the Museum of Cambridge,
Volunteers at the Museum of Cambridge are a vital part of the work that we do. We wouldn’t be able to function without the hard work and dedication of our volunteers. They bring a wealth of skills and knowledge to
Ffion talks us through their volunteering role and the valuable skills they’ve picked up along the way.
David March gives us an insight into his love for his role as a Front of House volunteer and shares some of his favourite interactions with visitors to the Museum.
Victoria Mitchell talks to us about her experience as an education volunteer and the project she has worked on during the Pandemic to create local-history resources for Cambridge schools.
Diana Turner talks about her experience as a volunteer working front-of-house and in collections, and why she loves the people that the Museum brings together.
Mary White talks about what volunteering looks like in 2021, and the value of volunteering during the pandemic.