Crich Tramway Village was establish in 1959 and has since developed into a major visitor attraction attracting over 100,000 visitors per year. As well as being an award winning visitor attraction,Crich Tramway Village is also an Accredited Museum housing a unique collection of trams and tram related artefacts. In the early years, volunteers played a large part in the development of the Museum. Even Brian Jones, founding member of the Rolling Stones was a volunteer at Crich in the very early years. Volunteers still continue to play an important role in the day-to-day running of the Museum alongside our staff members.
VOLUNTEERING AT CRICH
The Museum offers volunteering roles for all ages and abilities. It is up to you how involved you get. Whether it is a couple days a week or only a few days per year, volunteer contribution is valued and always welcomed.
Volunteering is a good way to put your skills to good use or to learn new ones. The Museum is always keen to develop volunteer and staff skills and offers various training opportunities.
Being a volunteer at Crich is a great opportunity to meet like minded people or people that you wouldn’t usually have the opportunity to meet in your own social circles.
If you would like to become a Museum volunteer please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone on 01773 854321. We look forward to seeing you soon.