Volunteering at Rushden Museum

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Volunteering at Rushden Museum


Exhibiting the town’s social history.

Rushden Museum

Volunteering at Rushden Museum

About Volunteering at Rushden Museum

Rushden Museum is a small museum located in Rushden, Northamptonshire, UK. It is housed in a former Victorian school building and showcases the history of the town and its surrounding areas. The museum has a collection of over 5,000 artifacts, including photographs, documents, and objects related to local industries, such as shoemaking, agriculture, and lace-making. The museum also has displays about local sports teams, schools, and notable individuals who have lived in the area.

It provides a valuable resource for the community, preserving and sharing the local history and heritage for future generations to enjoy and learn from.Volunteers play a vital role in keeping Rushden Museum open. If you have a spare hour or two over the weekend why not join them? To register interest, contact them through a form on their website. Roles available include working as a steward at the museum, helping prepare exhibits or researching and cataloguing work.

Visit the website by scanning the QR code below:

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How to get here

The Old Stable Block, Hall Avenue, Rushden, Northants, NN10 9EP

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