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Volunteering

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As a volunteer, you can make an important contribution to Amgueddfa Cymru. Volunteers get involved in all sorts of projects across all seven of our museums at Amgueddfa Cymru. Your involvement can bring a fresh perspective to our collections, helps us with learning activities or even help us build some of our historic buildings.

We advertise all of our volunteer roles to make it as fair as possible as demand is very high. Please have a look at our Current Opportunities to see what we currently have on offer. Make sure you have a good read of the role description, especially the Requirements and Commitments section. Once you’ve decided you would like to join our community in a certain role, please complete the Registration Form and send to volunteering@museumwales.ac.uk

All volunteers have to be over 18, but there is no upper age limit.

If you have any question email our Volunteer Co-ordinator or ring 02920 57 3419.

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