Become a volunteer at NHRM

 We aim to offer a range of volunteering opportunities and to match people to tasks that take into account their skills and interests. Volunteer roles can be regular, short-term or occasional depending on how much time you have to spare.

Volunteer Host – Meet & Greet (King’s Yard)

Meet & Greet

We are looking to expand our team of Volunteer Hosts who welcome visitors to NHRM and provide information and assistance as needed.

This role is focused in the King’s Yard

Volunteer Host – Meet & Greet (Atrium)

Meet & Greet

We are looking to expand our team of Volunteer Hosts who welcome visitors to NHRM and provide information and assistance as needed.

This role is focused at the entrance to the museum

Volunteer Host – Museum Galleries

Museum Galleries

We are looking for a team of Volunteer Hosts to welcome visitors to the National Horse Racing Museum and to provide information and assistance as needed

This role will be based inside and in the entrance to museum galleries

Equine Volunteers

Horses

We are looking for a team of Equine Volunteers to support staff to care for our resident horses and to engage visitors.

This opportunity is available on a weekly basis. This role consists of slots at 7.30 – 9am, 11am – 1pm and/or 2 – 4pm

Interested in becoming a volunteer? Contact our Community Engagement Manager

Working for us

Why Volunteer?

Some of the benefits of volunteering at NHRM include:

  • Talking to people from around the world
  • Making a difference to your local community
  • Meeting new friends and like-minded people
  • Sharing your passion and enthusiasm
  • Learning new skills and sharing yours
  • Becoming part of a supportive team and community
  • Participating in social events for volunteers
  • Enjoying the museum and its collection.

Interested in volunteering

What's next in the process?

Volunteers are at the heart of the work of the National Horse Racing Museum and their contribution is especially valued and respected. Please download and read our volunteering guidelines if you are interested in becoming a volunteer

 

To discuss how you could get involved, contact the Community Engagement Manager