Volunteers are very important to the smooth running of the Royal Highland Fusiliers Museum and, at Christmas, we are able to show our gratitude by inviting them all to our Staff & Volunteers’ Christmas Lunch – which, is possibly that wee bit different to most similar events!
A supper of their choice from a local bijou chippie seems to go down very well, as does silly games, the odd mince pie and a few beverages – not to mention a visit from a certain venerable gentlemen with some very silly presents! Oh, and did I mention crackers?
The Museum is fortunate to have a large number of volunteers – all very different, but each making a significant and welcome contribution to the Museum. We welcome volunteers of all ages and from all backgrounds who want to help or gain experience for their curriculum vitae – whether veterans, students (undergraduates, graduates & postgraduates), Project Scotland volunteers and any folk keen to volunteer in an interesting and challenging environment.
Our volunteers are involved in virtually every aspect of museum-work, including cataloguing, research for enquiries, helping in the shop, inputting data into the digital catalogue, eduational and visitor programmes.
So, if you have a few hours to spare and you would like to be involved in some really interesting projects – give us a call – the details are on the volunteering page of this website.
We would love to hear from you and remember:
Volunteers are not paid – not because they are worthless, but because they are priceless!