Compton Verney is a national art museum set in 120 acres of parkland, eight miles from Stratford-upon-Avon. They are a registered charity, with the aim of providing an inspiring and entertaining day out for visitors of all ages and backgrounds – whether they have come to see the art exhibitions, to take part in the wide-ranging activities or to enjoy the landscape.
Many of their volunteer roles involve working with the public, so if you love talking to people and fancy giving them a hand, Compton Verney would love to have you on board.
Gallery Support – assisting the gallery staff and providing excellent visitor care
Gallery Activity Support – assisting with our new families initiative, Teeny Weeny Wednesdays
Grounds Warden – supporting the Grounds Team with a variety of tasks in our parkland
Membership Steward – meeting and greeting visitors, explaining ticket prices, and selling memberships
Marketing Support – assisting our Marketing Department with a variety of office-based tasks
Learning Administrator – assisting with the administration of our schools programme
Learning Technician – supporting the Learning Team in preparing for school sessions and children’s events
Schools Assistant – supporting the Learning Team in conducting activities during school visits
How to get involved
This is an external project Warwick Volunteers does not have any involvement with the management of these activities.
One full day (from 10:30am - 4:30pm approx.) every other week with a minimum period of 1 month's commitment.
References and DBS check required (if working in one of the learning centres).
Skills Required: Skills vary for each role but generally you need to be friendly, a good communicator and an effective team player.
Compton Verney, Warwickshire, CV35 9HZ
There is no public transport directly to Compton Verney, the organisation will pay travel expenses up to a maximum of £11.
Why get involved?
This is an external opportunity
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