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Location: National Museum of Flight, East Fortune
Opportunity: Our team of volunteer guides provide an essential first-hand introduction and interpretation of our aircraft collection, with the aim of enthusing and inspiring the visitor’s experience to the National Museum of Flight, through our tours and talks about our exhibitions and collections.
When required: This is an on-going volunteer role at National Museums Scotland. It is flexible with hours and days as there is a rota system in place, but ideally if you can offer half a day per week volunteering it would be welcomed.
Closing date for applications: Wednesday 29 March
See the role description for full details of the tasks and the application form to note your availability.
“I have had an interest in planes from a young age. My father was a pilot from the mid-1930s to the early 1950s. He flew many types of plane as a test pilot including Spitfire and Lancaster. All sorts of people visit us at National Museum of Flight and the joy of volunteering is sharing my enthusiasm with people of all ages. The payback is when at the end of a conversation someone thanks you and shakes your hand.- David, Volunteer Guide
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Wing your way to one of Scotland's top days out at East Fortune Airfield.Explore the National Museum of Flight