Volunteers Page

If you would like to volunteer to Northwest museum to help in the following departments:

Working in the Museum

Helping in the Workshops

Workshop Tutor

Tour (Teaching visitors on the computers)

Arcade helper

Internet Cafe

Gift Shop

We would advise and encourage all volunteers to help in all areas of the museum. However, if you prefer to stay in one area, that is entirely up to you. This all about learning in many fields and something you can add onto your CV. We don't want any of our volunteers to use their own money, we will pay for all out of pocket expenses. There will be rewards and recognition for all our volunteers.

Privacy Statement:

The personal information on this form is being collected for the purposes of recruiting and selecting volunteers wishing to work at Northwest Computer Museum.  The information may also be required for evaluation purposes.  Any evaluation reports developed will not identify individual volunteers by name. This information may be shared with Support Program partner organisations and funding bodies.

By signing this form, I attest that the information supplied is true and accurate.

I understand that submitting this application form does not automatically register me a volunteer but that there is a selection process including completion of a satisfactory Working with Children Check and participation in training.  I confirm that I am willing to volunteer as a worker within the museum for at least a six-month period and to attend Northwest Computer Museum a minimum of one day each fortnight.

We cater for all people, this is to help us to make your volunteering comfortable and educational

This helps us to know how we can utilise your abilities

This allows us to plan and manage our volunteers times

and availability


This is a hands on museum - try the computers they used in the 1970s, 80s, 90s etc. Learn the different languages used on many types of computers and see how the games industry revolutionised the computer industry


T: 01942 582826

M: 07903 123621

E: joe@nwcomputermuseum.org.uk