‘I volunteer to give back for some of the pleasure I get from doing things at the Maltings. It is also fun to be able to steward at events which I enjoy especially for National Theatre screened plays and films. The main reason for volunteering was to give me a purpose in life.’ – Marion Nicholson, Volunteer
Volunteers support many of our activities at Farnham Maltings, from helping with brochure distribution to assisting artists in the community. The time and expertise that volunteers bring to Farnham Maltings is of enormous value and we are always looking to expand our team of volunteers. As a Maltings volunteer you are entitled to the many benefits that the building offers, including complimentary tickets to films and Farnham Maltings’ shows as well as working within a highly creative and sociable environment.
Whether you’re looking to build up your CV or find a new hobby, there will be something for everyone to take part in. Take a look at our fantastic new volunteer opportunities below.
New: Event Stewards (Family Theatre)
We are looking to extend our team of volunteer stewards for our exciting family theatre programme. Our family theatre events take place on weekdays and at weekends and this sociable role will involve interacting with younger audiences members and their families.
T: 01252 745412
New: Event Stewards (Comedy Night)
We are also looking to extend our team of volunteer stewards for our monthly Comedy Nights. We specifically need volunteers who want to commit to a vibrant, midweek event that often showcases new talent and occasionally more established stand-up comedy acts.
T: 01252 745412
NEW: Volunteer Gardener
We are seeking some more green fingered volunteers to support our existing team of gardeners and duty officers. The duty officers maintain the lawns and we have a contract with a local company, Greenbees, who manage all the heavy work. This volunteer role is specifically to do some light weeding and watering.
If you are interested in volunteering for this role please complete a Volunteer Application Form and return to Sue Ellis.
T: 01252 745401.
Communications Officer for the Farnham Dementia Action Alliance
We are looking for someone to promote and build awareness of the Dementia Action Alliance via social media and networks.
This is an opportunity for someone who is an excellent communicator with an enthusiasm to make a difference and able to give a small amount of time on an ad hoc basis, however, attendance at the quarterly DAA meeting is imperative and these are held at Farnham Maltings once a quarter. The next meeting is at 12.30 p.m. on Monday, 1 April 2019.
If you are interested in this role please download and complete this this application pack. Should you have any queries, please contact Sue Ellis on 01252 745401 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Pop-up craft volunteers
We are currently seeking volunteers to help with our pop-up craft activities. Pop-up craft takes place in venues, and at different events, around Farnham and gives families the opportunity to make craft together. If you think you would be able to help us out or would like more information, please email email@example.com or call 01252 745413.
Museum of Farnham – Volunteer opportunities
At the Museum of Farnham we are proud to have a team with incredibly diverse skills, from education to archiving to photography and design. The current volunteer vacancies are listed below
- Front of House Volunteer: assisting visitors to the Museum in an informed and friendly manner. This voluntary position would ideally suit those that have an interest in the work of the Museum, enjoy working with the public and as part of a team. Please contact Sam Reavey, Assistant Curator, on 01252 715094 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
- Garden Volunteer: assisting with the general upkeep of the Museum garden. For more information please contact Sam Reavey, Assistant Curator, on 01252 715094 or email email@example.com.
- Café Volunteer: After the successful pilot of a Pop Up Café in Summer 2017, the Museum is looking for volunteers to assist with the Café’s return in Summer 2018. Full training will be provided. Please contact Sam Reavey, Assistant Curator, on 01252 715094 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.