Getting Involved

 

The new faces of Wirksworth’s Heritage

Wirksworth Heritage Centre is pleased to announce that production is nearly complete on our virtual tours of the town – two short films produced by Backchat Productions, and featuring local talent Charlie Pidcock, Kevin Doxey, Jasmine Wheal and Erin Rowlatt.  Thankyou to all who auditioned and helped with production, and especially to ArtsCouncil England for their support.  You should be able to see the finished films shortly (see our News page https://www.wirksworthheritage.co.uk/news/ and our Facebook page for developments).

Volunteering

We rely on the support of an amazing group of volunteers who support the organisation in a variety of ways – working on the museum collection, helping with events, and running the heritage centre.

If you’re looking to…

  • meet new people and learn new skills
  • give something back to the town
  • gain confidence or simply just have fun

…then we would love to hear from you.

We’d also like to hear from people who may be interested in joining us as a trustee.

 

However much you’d like to get involved – in the first instance, please email Jacqueline at: jacqueline.ferguson-lee@wirksworthheritagecentre.org

Membership

Wirksworth Heritage Centre has around 50 members who support the organisation. This is a vital way of keeping the Heritage Centre at the heart of the community.  Membership is £15 (single), £25 (household), and runs for 12 months from August.  Benefits include – 

  • Invitations to previews of new exhibitions
  • Free access to the museum galleries
  • An annual social evening
  • Regular event updates

Job Vacancies

We currently have a vacancy for a part time cafe assistant at our Websters Cafe (September 2020).  Please contact us on info@wirksworthheritagecentre.org for details and an application form.

Please check back to view any upcoming vacancies.

Why sign up?

Sign up to receive regular news from Wirksworth Heritage Centre and be the first to find out about forthcoming exhibitions and events.

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