Are you passionate about history? Interested in getting experience in the heritage sector?

The Kent Police Museum are looking for volunteers

The Kent Police Museum has recently reopened at Faversham Police Station and we are looking for volunteers to help tell the stories and history of policing, by welcoming, assisting and supervising the public and groups when they visit the museum.You’ll need:• effective communication skills• a friendly and welcoming manner• to be prepared to engage with all age groupsThere will also be opportunities to work behind the scenes on the collections, helping to catalogue and interpret our artefacts and assisting in developing new initiatives for making Kent Police history available to the wider community.This role requires a minimum contribution of 3 hours per week, with Saturday support particularly needed. Experience in policing and an interest in heritage is especially welcome.To apply you simply need to be aged 18 or over and able to get to Faversham Police Station, which is situated close to rail and bus links. Free parking on site is available. All candidates will need to be vetted prior to commencing any volunteering duties.To find out more and see how to apply, please contact Paul Upton (Museum Curator) at or telephone 01795 433028.