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Guildhall Art Gallery & London’s Roman Amphitheatre is not currently looking for new volunteers. On-site volunteering has resumed and we are working to ensure that our existing volunteers are involved and supported to return when they feel ready.

Volunteer Strategy

Guildhall Art Gallery has a Volunteer Strategy that works alongside the City of London Corporation’s Corporate Volunteering Strategy to deliver meaningful opportunities for people to get involved. We are particularly keen that our volunteers represent the diversity of the city the Gallery serves. We will be looking to expand our volunteer activities, particularly those which place an emphasis on employability and transferable skills. We already pay volunteer travel expenses, but we’re going to be making sure that all of our policies and procedures are fit for purpose.


We believe that volunteering allows people to develop new skills and improve their wellbeing, while helping us deliver better services for the public. Find out when we’re looking to recruit new volunteers.

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