Discover dozens of roles and join more than 150 volunteers already volunteering at The Cheltenham Trust.
Explore your interests, meet new people, gain experience and get involved in our vibrant community as a volunteer with The Cheltenham Trust.
The Cheltenham Trust is an independent registered charity responsible for Cheltenham’s £300 million iconic cultural and leisure sites; The Wilson, Cheltenham Town Hall, Pittville Pump Room, Leisure at Cheltenham and the Prince of Wales Stadium. The Trust engages audiences through the arts, heritage, performance, tourism, sport, and play and wellbeing opportunities.
Volunteers play a vital role in the work that The Trust does to enrich the lives of residents and visitors to Cheltenham and we are always on the look-out for new volunteers to join our vibrant team.
Volunteers can be found inspiring families at our workshops and community events, researching and caring for artefacts in the museum collections , guiding visitors around the iconic heritage destination Pittville Pump Rooms , looking after our retail shops, leading guided walks and much more.
Apply for a volunteering role at The Cheltenham Trust
A Day in the Life of a Volunteer at The Wilson
'The Wilson gallery leaped out at me and I thought, "that looks like the sort of thing where I could explore some of my other interests".' – Jane J, Museum Takeaway Volunteer and Gallery Steward.Be in touch to learn more about how you can get involved as a volunteer at The Wilson at firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted by The Wilson, Cheltenham's art gallery and museum on Monday, 13 November 2017
Volunteers' Week at The Wilson
Did you know that we work with over 100 volunteers at The Wilson in more than 15 different volunteer roles?Now, it's just three months until we're celebrating all of their incredible work during Volunteers' Week (June 1-7) here and across the Cheltenham Trust! Think you might like to get involved as a volunteer, yourself? Take a look at how we celebrated last year:
Posted by The Wilson, Cheltenham's art gallery and museum on Friday, 2 March 2018