Volunteer recruitment is currently frozen. Thanks for your interest in supporting Brooklands Museum.
Brooklands Museum’s Volunteer Programme engages more than 800 volunteers in a diverse range of roles and projects throughout the various departments of the Museum. The Museum recognises the importance of volunteers in helping to fulfil its mission and is committed to providing a rewarding and enriching experience for all its volunteers. As a Brooklands volunteer you can expect to be supported and trained to carry out the role you undertake and to enjoy being part of a volunteer body, which is acknowledged and thanked for its amazing contribution.
Some of the benefits of volunteering are:
- Enjoy being a part of a dedicated team and make new friends
- Learn new skills and gain a greater understanding of history and science
- Know you are making a vital contribution to the running of the Museum
- After 40 hours of volunteering enjoy the benefits of our loyalty card with free admission for friends and family
- Enjoy 20% discount in the Sunbeam Café and Brooklands Shop
- Invitations to training and lectures and regular volunteer gatherings
“We’re all one big team at Brooklands – both volunteers and managers. The magic of Brooklands is the people.”
Derek Royston Hattersley, Brooklands volunteer for over 25 years
The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service awarded to the volunteers of Brooklands Museum by the Lord Lieutenant of Surrey, on the Queen’s behalf, on 27th July 2016, in recognition of their outstanding voluntary work in the community
How to Volunteer
Volunteer recruitment is currently closed. We will share volunteer vacancies on this page when they become available.
Our volunteer roles fall into two main areas:
Front of House: Stewards, Educational and Adult Tour Guides, Event Marshals, Car Rides Team
Behind the Scenes: Archivists, Estates Volunteers, Restoration Volunteers, Collection, Oral History Team
Duke of Edinburgh/Air Cadet Volunteering
Young people can complete their Bronze, Silver or Gold Duke of Edinburgh or Air Cadet volunteer requirements at the Museum. We offer three-hour sessions at the weekend and some participants complete all three levels with us and choose to stay on and join the volunteer programme.
We also welcome family volunteering where young participants enjoy volunteering alongside a family member.
To apply please complete our online Duke of Edinburgh/Air Cadet Registration Form. On receipt of your Registration Form our DofE Coordinator will be in touch.
If you would prefer to download and complete a hardcopy of the form, please click here for a PDF Duke of Edinburgh Registration Form.
Group and Corporate Volunteering
Every year groups of volunteers greatly assist Brooklands Museum by coming to volunteer. As well as giving us fantastic support, group volunteering also benefits companies as it engages employees while demonstrating commitment to the local community.
Youth groups also enjoy volunteering at the weekend and in school holidays and help prepare the site for events and visitors.
For more information on group and corporate volunteering please contact Volunteer Resources. Telephone 01932 857 381 or email email@example.com
December & January roster for existing volunteers - please complete your availability for December & January, once completed please email your roster to firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you.