Sorry, we are now closed for the winter,
Our 2020 season starts on
28th March 2020
EASTER EVENT DAYS 12/13TH APRIL
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Blue: museum, cafe and shop open
Green: as above + 12.30, 1.30 & 3.30 bus rides
Yellow: main event days, click for more details
White: Museum Closed
If you have interest in volunteering and can undertake any of the jobs below, please drop us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with all the details and we'll be in touch!
Volunteers wanted to help run and maintain the the miniature train. Maybe even get the chance to drive!
Front of House: Cafe, Shop and Admissions on Sundays
Working on our event days and quieter 'non-event' days, for any of these roles you will get training in use of the equipment and tills and we'll place you with an experienced volunteer to learn the ropes. In the cafe you will be serving hot and cold drinks, sandwiches, chocolate and crisps etc.
When: April - October, Saturdays and Sundays between 11am and 4pm (or later if busy). School Holiday Wednesdays between 11am and 4pm. You can volunteer for one day a month or more depending on your free time.
Hall Guides during school holidays
Working on school holiday Wednesdays and Saturdays days, your task is to show the visitors into certain designated vehicles and to guide them away from the more delicate exhibits!
When: April - October, Saturdays and Wednesdays between 11am and 4pm during School Holidays. You can volunteer for one day a month or more depending on your free time.
Guides for School and Group Visits
Help us to give a great experience to children and groups who visit the museum. Full training will be given.
Driving & Conducting
We currently have quite a few drivers, however if you have a current PCV licence and a valid driver CPC we can add you to our list. Conductors/Guards are also welcome, you just need to be friendly with the public and we'll show you what to do! All our drivers also contribute to the running of the museum in other volunteer ways.
Engineers & Working on Vehicles
If you are an experienced engineeer, mechanic or fitter, or have experience of bodywork restoration and you are capable of working unsupervised, then we'd love to hear from you. BUT, Please note we do not have the facility to train new volunteers in this specialist area.
Running the museum requires a lot of diverse skills, from cleaning and keeping the place tidy right through to managing, marketing and fund raising. If you have any skills that could use to help look after the museum then please get in touch at email@example.com
The Transport Museum, Chapel Lane, Wythall, Worcs B47 6JA Tel: 01564 826471 | email firstname.lastname@example.org
TRANSPORT MUSEUM WYTHALL is a registered charity no 1167872