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Why Volunteer?

Volunteering at Bletchley Park can offer you some rewarding experiences

·         An insight into museum life

·         Access to social events alongside our Museum staff

·         Sharing your passion and enthusiasm with our visitors

What our volunteers say

Discover what it’s like to be a volunteer at Bletchley Park, as some of our volunteers talk about their experiences:
“It has been a privilege to volunteer at such a special place; I always get the sense when I come to Bletchley Park that I am literally walking in the footsteps of the men and women who really made history.”

Julie Hall, Oral History Project Volunteer
“Meeting visitors and relating the story of the Codebreakers is an enjoyable experience. The nice thing about it is that ‘it happened here’. Volunteering can be a rewarding experience, meeting other like-minded people and also making new friends.”

Richard Carter, Volunteer Steward
“The variety of roles available makes working here so interesting, as does the variety of our visitors. The volunteers and staff are all thoughtful of one another’s individual needs, helping each other, so I feel it makes for a very happy atmosphere between us all.”

Penny Upstone, Digitisation Project Volunteer & Volunteer Steward

Related Pages

Volunteer FAQs

Here are some common questions answered

Volunteer Recruitment Process

Here is what to expect

Volunteer FAQs

Here are some common questions answered

Volunteer Recruitment Process

Here is what to expect