All Challenges


Is your time squeezed but still want to volunteer? Choose challenges from the sections called Just a Minute, or Hour or Two. 

If there's a particular area you'd like to be involved in, then customise your preferences to see the opportunities availble. 

Tailor the volunteering opportunities to you, your time and your interests.


Challenge 1

Oral history volunteer: LGBTQ+ Pride in Suffolk's Past

Help us capture the experiences of Suffolk people.

Challenge 2

Follow us on Twitter

Help us spread the word by following us on Twitter.

Challenge 3

Life in Lockdown

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

Challenge 4

Sharing Suffolk Stories: Women's Land Army Researcher

Research Volunteers required to discover the stories of the Women's Land Army in Suffolk during WW2 and share with the wider community.

Challenge 5

Volunteer Project Co-ordinator - Markets of the past and present

Lead on this project investigating the past and recording the present of one of our county's oldest markets

Challenge 6

Sharing Suffolk Stories: Stow Stories Researcher

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

Challenge 7

Be a Community Champion

Support our cause by spreading the word about our work.

Challenge 8

Stories of RAF Lakenheath and RAF Mildenhall Research Volunteer

Investigate 70 years of airbase and community

Challenge 9

Covid-19: Scrapbooking

Keep a scrapbook to tell future generations about life in Suffolk during the Covid-19 outbreak.

Challenge 10

Volunteer Researcher - Markets of the past and present

Help research the past and record the present of one of our county's oldest markets

Challenge 11

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.

Challenge 12

Sharing Suffolk Stories: US Black Aviation Engineers in Suffolk during WW2 Researcher

Research Volunteer to discover the stories and experiences of the US Black Aviation Engineer units who built airfields, whilst stationed in Suffolk during WW2