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24 Oct

Volunteer roles: x3 to help with our Heritage theme

The Yorkshire Cricket Foundation aims to use cricket to improve lives under the motto of ‘Communities Without Boundaries’ through our four themes of work: Education; Health and Wellbeing; Heritage; and Participation.

The Heritage Department is primarily responsible for the care, management, development and promotion of Yorkshire Cricket’s rich history. Currently, the main activities are its museum and exhibitions; a mobile museum; its extensive collection and archive; stadium tours; and its reminiscence sessions.

Find out more about the YCF Heritage theme by clicking on the link below…

YCF Heritage theme work

We are currently offering three volunteer role positions to help support our Heritage offer:

Collection Inventory Volunteer – Yorkshire Cricket Museum

Digitisation Volunteer – Yorkshire Cricket Museum

Research Volunteer – Stadium Tours

Pictured, recently a rare England cap, belonging to Wilfred Rhodes, a Yorkshire and England cricketing legend, was officially presented by Rachael Attwell – the daughter of the late David Drabble – to the Yorkshire Cricket Museum.

How to apply

If you would like to express an interest in becoming one of our Heritage theme volunteers, please click on the full volunteer links above, and email Charlotte Hughes, our Heritage Manager, on:


Charlotte will be able to send you the full volunteer role descriptions, if you are unable to access them and the closing date to enquire is November 30th, 2022.


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