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Volunteer At The City of Norwich Aviation Museum

Volunteering

At the City of Norwich Aviation Museum; we are committed to recording and preserving Norfolk’s Rich Aviation Heritage.

The museum is reliant on the support of a dedicated team of volunteers, and without these people our continued existence would be impossible. As a growing organisation, we are always looking to welcome new, enthusiastic and hands on volunteers. There are several areas a volunteer can support us, and they aren’t always obvious!

Our volunteers come from all backgrounds and walks of life, and are always on hand to offer assistance or teach new skills. The museum provides a welcoming, open and inclusive atmosphere and as such will always aim to get new volunteers involved, whatever their knowledge or practical skills.

If you feel as though you can be part of our amazing Volunteer team, please take a look at our membership terms and membership form.

As a volunteer, you are registering to become a member of the City of Norwich Aviation Museum. If you are unable to commit to volunteering at the museum and visit regularly; we would recommend looking at our annual passes.

As a volunteer you can choose where to be involved or ask where assistance is needed; some of the areas always requiring involvement are listed below.

  • Visitors : Assist with the running of the museum by showing visitors in our open aircraft, being front of house in our reception area or by helping behind the counter in our ‘Friendship Tearoom’.
  • Archiving & Research: Discover something new in the form of archiving duties; auditing, researching, updating and maintaining items for future generations.
  • Museum Grounds: Keeping the museum grounds in good condition for our visitors in the form of grass cutting, gardening and accessibility.
  • Publicity & Events: Organise, plan and promote the museum and its events including helping out on our fundraising stall and teaching visitors about our aircraft and local history.
  • Aircraft Restoration & Maintenance: Restoring and maintaining our varied aircraft selection. Learn new hand skills such as metalwork, woodwork, painting and assembly of aircraft and their components.
  • Displays:Creating new, interactive and interesting displays along with regularly updating older ones.
  • Buildings: Assist with keeping our buildings in good condition for visitors by carrying out repairs, general day to day tidiness and offering ideas for expansion.
Volunteers at the City Of Norwich Aviation Museum
Volunteers at the City Of Norwich Aviation Museum
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