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Working with our community is essential to Scarborough Museums Trust.

We make it our mission to find exciting and accessible ways for everyone to use the Scarborough Collections and get involved in the work of the Trust. There are regular opportunities for local groups to work alongside our team in the community space at Scarborough Art Gallery to set up their own workshops and exhibitions.

We work with partners in the community, running after-school clubs, handling sessions, and reminiscence projects in local community centres, hospices and care homes. From Knit and Natter sessions to Saturday Art Club, as a visitor, a volunteer or on a work placement, there are plenty of reasons to join in.


Volunteers play a vital role in helping us to look after Scarborough’s Heritage.

There are a range of roles to apply for from events assistants to collections cleaning and digitisation, all with flexible hours. We are currently looking for volunteers to join our Learning Team as Activities Volunteers and Learning Volunteers.

Whether you want to make new friends, give something back, fill your spare time, enhance your CV or gain experience – we pay travel expenses so it shouldn’t cost you a penny.

Friends of Scarborough Art Gallery

The Friends of Scarborough Art Gallery supports and promotes Scarborough Art Gallery and its collections.

In addition to making an invaluable contribution to the Art Gallery including commissioning works and exhibition sponsorship, Friends also enjoy free entry to the Art Gallery and invitations to private viewings.

Rotunda Geology Group

The Rotunda Geology Group was formed to support the continuing development of the Rotunda Museum and to promote public interest in the geosciences.

From October to May it holds indoor meetings, on the first Thursday in the month at 7.30 pm, at The Conference Room, Woodend, The Crescent, Scarborough, YO11 2PW.

Arrange a chat with our Volunteer Manager, Julie Baxter on or 01723 384506, or download the application form.

More information can be found on the Friends of Scarborough Art Gallery page.

Visit the Rotunda Geology Group website for more details.