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Remote Volunteering

Remote Volunteering

See the opportunities available to volunteer from the comfort of your home!

Latest challenges

Make a model of a Suffolk landmark, building or scene

Make a model of a Suffolk landmark, building or scene out of LEGO bricks.

Covid-19: Suffolk during a pandemic

Write a daily or weekly account about your life during the Covid-19/Corona Virus outbreak to be submitted into our archive.

Work on a project

Work on a project

Get your teeth stuck into a project!

Latest challenges

Sharing Suffolk Stories: Stow Stories Researcher

Researcher to discover the stories of Stowmarket's past and share with the wider community

Exhibition Researcher: Tudor Suffolk

Help us to research stories and develop content for a major exhibition exploring what life was like in Tudor Suffolk.

Just a Minute

Just a Minute

Could you spare a few minutes?

Latest challenges

Life in Lockdown

Contribute to our collections for future understanding of Suffolk Life during the Covid-19 outbreak by taking our survey.

Like us on Facebook

Help spread the word about Suffolk Archives by liking our Facebook page.

Give a Day

Give a Day

Giving a day will open up wonderful opportunities.

Latest challenges

Cinema Club/Saturday Events Volunteer

Support our Cinema Club and other Saturday activities as an Events Volunteer!

Family Activity Event Volunteer

Could you support the delivery of our family activity events on Wednesdays?

Regular Help

Regular Help

You could become one of our regular volunteers.

Latest challenges

Exhibition and Visitor Welcome Volunteer (The Hold)

Help us to enhance the visitor experience in our exhibition and welcome area!

Exhibition Tour Guide (The Hold)

Share the amazing stories in our exhibitions as a tour guide!

Newmarket Refugees project

Latest challenges

Jewish refugees in Newmarket in WW2 – Volunteer Researcher

Help to uncover and share the stories of Jewish refugees in Newmarket in WW2

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