Volunteering at the Mary Rose Museum
From the earliest days of the Mary Rose project, we’ve relied on the work of volunteers. We’re always looking for new people to join our team, are you one of them?
Every day the Mary Rose Museum receives hundreds of visitors. To make their visit as enjoyable as possible we need passionate people of all ages to share their knowledge of Tudor history and our collection, and you could be one of them!
Whether it’s helping with family workshops, assisting our education team with schools or answering questions for visitors, we have a wide range of roles available.
To find out about volunteering, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Mary Rose Information Group is a group of volunteer speakers who give talks on the Mary Rose to U3A, Probus, Historical Societies etc. We have speakers available in the following areas—
Beaconsfield (Buckinghamshire), Berkshire (Sonnington-on-Thames), Cambridge (Histon), Cumbria (Milnthorpe), Doncaster (Goole), East Sussex (Pevensey), Essex (Billericay), Kent (Ashford and Rochester), Leamington Spa, Leicestershire (Market Harborough), London (Isleworth), Oxford, Portsmouth, Sheffield, Somerset (Ilminster), Southampton, Suffolk (Woodbridge), Suffolk (Ipswich), West Sussex (Petworth), Winchester, Worthing,
A donation to the Mary Rose Trust will be requested. The speaker would wish to have their travelling expenses covered.
Contact us on 023 9275 0521 to book an MRIG to speak at your event.
We are always on the lookout for new speakers. Would you be interested in volunteering?
Please contact email@example.com for more information.