The Tramway Museum Society has been going from strength to strength creating and running the National Tramway Museum at Crich for more than 50 years, and the backbone has always been made up of volunteers (both TMS members and non-members) working hand in hand with museum staff.
Volunteers help out with all aspects of museum life, from crewing the trams to tidying up the site during and after hectic special event days, talking to our visitors, restoring our trams, even helping in our archive of tramway documents and memorabilia.
For more information on volunteering for the museum, please take a look at the Crich Tramway Village website Volunteering page for more information. Click on the image to visit the page.
The Society, on the other hand, relies solely on volunteers from within its membership to run itself as a Society and to support the management team at Crich Tramway Village, the home of the National Tramway Museum, which it owns.
Areas where Members are needed to help include:
Organising & helping at member events
Writing articles for the Journal
Website content administration
Database support for Society records