Seaford Museum are looking for new volunteers ahead of the completion of their Improved Access Project. Steward volunteers are required to aid members of the public in the anticipation of more visitors, given the recent improvements.
The Seaford Museum Improved Access Project has allowed the museum to become more accessible. The ramped floor at the Moat level is now complete and a new lift has been installed. By the end of June a new ramped footbridge should be finished, making the Martello Tower at Seaford have easy wheelchair access to the ground floor and moat levels.
You don’t have to be an expert historian to be a volunteer and the museum offer training and give new volunteers the chance to work with experienced stewards.
Seaford Museum Chairman, Kay Turvey, said: “Part of the joy of being a steward at Seaford Museum is the chance it offers to discover more about our fascinating building and local Seaford history, as well as meeting visitors, who often have their own interesting tales to tell.”
If you’re interested in becoming a voluntary steward you can visit the Seaford Museum at 10am on Saturday 28th April to find out more or phone 01323 898222 and leave a message expressing your interest.