As a gardening volunteer you will be assisting in keeping the grounds of Clarendon House in great order - mowing lawns, tending shrubs and tidying up leaves, etc. Duties as a handyman may include - window washing, general repair work, e.g. tighten handles, touch-up painting plus other duties as required. Days to be negotiated.
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Fly Fishing Museum - Clarendon House - are looking for enthusiastic volunteers to assist with the running of the museum. Duties will include welcoming and talking with visitors and general cleaning of displays. If you have an interest in fly fishing or fishing in general - this may be the perfect volunteer role for you!
Are you interested in local history? Norfolk Plains Museum - Clarendon House may be the place for you! Duties will include welcoming and talking to visitors, informing/directing them to other attractions at Clarendon, general cleaning of displays. On the job training provided.
As a gardener/handyman volunteer you will be assisting in keeping the grounds of Franklin House in great order - mowing lawns, tending shrubs and tidying up leaves, etc. Duties as a handyman may include - window washing, general repair work, e.g. tighten handles, touch-up painting plus other duties as required. Days to be negotiated.
General cleaning duties. Keeping museum gallery clean and tidy. Also involves cleaning trams on display.
Volunteers to work in the museum workshop and is suitable for those with a trades background.
Meeting and greeting visitors with a happy face and handle the entry fees and counter sales.
Museum work with a difference! Helping visitors to enjoy an old fashioned tram ride - training supplied.
The Museum Guide helps visitors to explore and enjoy Launceston's tramway past.
Leading a team involved with marketing and promoting the Museum
An individual is required with a sound mechanical and a DC electrical knowledge, preferably with a trade background, to maintain in operation a restored 1930 Launceston tram. An understanding of air brakes would be desirable.
Museum Collections Management/Curator - any level of experience
Just a short drive from Launceston CBD, Franklin House is a house museum. Franklin House is also available for hire for private events such as weddings or corporate events; and there are a variety of special events throughout the year including weddings and our Christmas Carols and Cake events. As volunteer hospitality staff you may be required to assist in the Tea Room and Gift Shop, assisting with visitor information and be asked to assist with special events.
As a Tea Room and Gift Shop Hostess, you will assist visitors with their purchases and assist in making and serving snacks in the tea room.
Historical Tour Guide will conduct tours of Clarendon House.
Would you like to share your work skill assisting at an historic site? Do you like to have a set project task that is achievable and get a sense of satisfaction from completion. Do you like socialising? Would you like to be part of an enthusiastic and committed team of like minded volunteers.
Do you love your community? Would you like to engage with interesting visitors to our historic Georgian village? Do you get satisfaction in assisting visitors to experience local and regional attractions?
If you have an MED3 or above and want to help sail the Lady Nelson. You will be helping with the day to day running of the Lady Nelson's engines electrics and pumping systems.
Conducting tours of the Theatre Royal for the members of the public. To convey a variety of information about the theatre and its 180 year history, encouraging appreciation of the theatre's cultural and historical significance.
General maintenance around the Railway and buildings. We are seeking volunteers to help out at our site. Duties include: mowing lawns, trimming shrubs, cleaning carriages and buildings, painting and minor repairs.
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