From discovering local, or even international, stories in our archive, or sharing those stories with our local communities, to supporting staff to care for our archive, you could become part of Suffolk’s story by volunteering with us.
Our volunteers bring the archive to life for researchers and local communities, making more archives accessible and connecting people to the places they live. By volunteering you will develop new skills, make new friends and conserve Suffolk’s history for the next generation.
We have a range of roles to suit people from all walks of life, right across the county in our branches in Bury St. Edmunds, Lowestoft and Ipswich. Whether you’re building on skills you already have, or are looking to gain new experiences, everyone is welcome.
If you are interested in becoming a volunteer, please sign up to our Volunteer Makers website and accept the challenges that are right for you: