Volunteering at Sudbury Hall and the Museum of Childhood

The National Trust simply wouldn't be able to look after the special places in its care without the help of volunteers. From the gentleman parking cars on busy afternoon to the lady who was a fountain of historical knowledge in the hall they were more than likely part of our dedicated team of volunteers. There are all sorts of ways you can get involved with volunteering at Sudbury Hall and the Museum of Childhood, from visitor facing roles, to office admin to helping out with the weeding. There really is something for everyone!

Why volunteer?

  •     Use your skills and learn new ones
  •     Support the National Trust's work looking after our special places
  •     Get training and support
  •     Make new friends
  •     Boost your confidence
  •     Become part of a team
  •     Enhance your career options
  •     Have fun
Get stuck in with all sorts
A volunteer cleaning silverware

Some of our opportunities

Room guide
Help bring the Hall and Museum to life with you passion for history. We rely on our dedicated volunteers to share the stories of Sudbury in an interesting and enjoyable way to inspire our visitors.

Admin assistant
Work behind the scenes and help provide essential administrative support for all departments and deal with telephone and email enquiries.

Learning volunteer
Support our popular school visit programme, help deliver our educational workshops and guided tours of the museum. We get lots of groups and school visits of all ages who come to learn about the history of childhood and have fun at the same time!

One of the museum's clockwork toys on display
Young visitors looking at a clockwork toy

Contact our volunteer recruitment team on sudburyvols@nationaltrust.org.uk for furthur information.

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