Heritage Museum Education Volunteer - Henry Blogg Museum - Cromer
RNLI Heritage is defined as the never-ending story of our people and in order to preserve that history, the heritage team collect and care for the objects, archives and pictures that tell the story of the service since it was founded in 1824. The overall aim is to inspire current and future generations of supporters and lifesavers to enable the RNLI to continue to save lives at sea.
The Henry Blogg Museum tells the story of Cromer’s lifeboats and of Henry Blogg, the RNLI’s most decorated lifeboat crew member.
The role of Museum Education Volunteer is varied and flexible. You could run interactive education sessions with school groups; deliver talks or workshops to our visitors; or design and deliver informal holiday activities. Whichever role you choose to explore, you’ll maintain our high standard of customer service.
We will familiarise you with our existing workshops, and there’ll always be a colleague at hand to assist. We are looking for a flexible and enthusiastic individual who is willing to give some time to help keep Henry’s story alive and share it with our visitors, both young and old, thus raising vital awareness and funds to save lives at sea and preserve the heritage of the RNLI.