Cafe Volunteer

Cafe Volunteer

Organisation role · Flexible hours
Soldiers Of Gloucestershire, 31 Commercial Rd, Gloucester, England GL1 2HE, United Kingdom
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Are you looking to meet new people, get involved in the local community or enhance your skills?

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Are you looking to meet new people, get involved in the local community or enhance your skills?

The museum is looking for volunteers to assist with the running of our small café. You'll be dealing with customers, serving light snacks plus hot and cold drinks. Till operating is also a part of this role, along with helping to keep the café area clean and tidy.

An interest in catering and keen sense of customer service are vital for this role.

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About Soldiers of Gloucestershire Museum

This museum is dedicated to the memory of all those who have served their country as Soldiers of Gloucestershire.

The Soldiers of Gloucestershire Museum is located in Gloucester’s Historic Docks. We reopened in April 2014 after a significant Heritage Lottery funded refurbishment. Come and discover the lives of Gloucestershire soldiers from the last 300 years. Try on Army uniforms, look into a First World War trench, learn about medals and how soldiers won them through history with our interactive displays. Do you know how the Gloucestershire Regiment won the Back Badge? See how the Royal Gloucestershire Hussars survived fighting in the desert? Have you felt how heavy a Rifleman’s rucksack is? With changing exhibitions and our Soldiers of the Month display, there is always something new to see. There is plenty for the whole family to do, children's games, uniforms to try on plus a free quiz. Our story begins in 1694, travels through the Napoleonic Wars, the Age of Empire, Worlds Wars, Korea and right up to modern day conflicts. Come and discover the stories of twelve generations of Gloucestershire soldiers.