Our team of volunteers plays a vital role in the running of the building. Volunteers undertake a number of activities including taking guided tours, actinng as Trustees, working in reception, historical research,gardening and giving talks to groups.
When volunteering opportunities are available details will be posted on this page.
The Norfolk & Norwich Heritage Trust is the registered charity, and company limited by guarantee, that cares for Dragon Hall. Following a strategic review and with ambitious plans for future development we are looking for experienced members of the public to join the Council of Management (the Board of Directors of the Company and Trustees of the Charity).
We are particularly keen to recruit members of our local community who have one or more of the following skills:
- Knowledge and understanding of Education and Learning
- Knowledge and experience of working in the Museums/Heritage sector
- Excellent Business Skills and Financial Awareness
- Expertise in Fundraising and Development
- Expertise in Marketing
- Community Engagement
The Board is responsible for setting the strategy and policies and guides and supports the Director and staff.
Board meetings are held approximately every two months at Dragon Hall, usually on Tuesdays between 5pm and 7pm, but this can change depending upon the availability of members.
Board members are also expected to commit additional time of 2 days a month or more on specific activities related to their role, such as providing specialist advice and guidance for staff.
All Board members are required to become Members of The Norfolk & Norwich Heritage Trust.
For more information please email email@example.com and we will arrange for one of our current Trustees to speak to you further.