Heritage Volunteers

 

NADFAS Heritage Volunteers are teams of committed non-specialist volunteers who work under the guidance of curators and other professionals to help conserve our heritage.

 

NADFAS Heritage Volunteers undertake projects for:

  • museums
  • National Trust properties
  • historic houses
  • libraries and gardens

 

They give their time to care for collections, record documents and act as guides and stewards.

Current projects include:

  • On-site conservation of books, manuscripts, archives and maps
  • Cataloguing documents and archival listing
  • Conservation of arms and armour, medals and military silver
  • Preventative conservation of textiles, replica work and creation of period costumes
  • Guiding and stewarding in museums, historic houses and gardens

 

Use NADFAS Heritage Volunteers to support your project

 

If your organisation could benefit from a team of enthusiastic, disciplined and committed volunteers to help with collection care, documentation, stewarding or guiding, talk to us about our Heritage Volunteers.

 

For more information, please email volunteering@nadfas.org.uk

 

Become a Heritage Volunteer

All Heritage Volunteers must be members of NADFAS - either as Society Members or Affiliate Members. They are trained by professional conservators, advisors or curators.

 

If you are committed to heritage conservation and able to offer a long-term commitment, you could find Heritage Volunteering a rewarding activity.

 

For more information, please email volunteering@nadfas.org.uk