Volunteering


The Lightbox has a fantastic team of Volunteers who give up their time to help us. They fulfill a wide range of roles including greeting our visitors, supervising exhibitions, organising the heritage collection, leading tours and lending a hand at special events.

Some Volunteers come in once a week, but others just help out whenever they can. Volunteers have a vital role within The Lightbox and are fundamental to our success and sustainability. 

Front of House Volunteer Vacancy

  • Are you friendly, enthusiastic and good at speaking to new people?
  • Do you have a passion for your local community?
  • Do you enjoy being part of a team?

If this sounds like you then please read the Front of House Volunteer Role Description, fill out the application form and return to lauren.jones@thelightbox.org.uk.

Front of House Volunteer Role Description

Volunteer Registration Form 

Applications close on Monday 8th January 2018.


Here's what some of our Volunteers have to say about volunteering their time at The Lightbox:

I applied to volunteer at The Lightbox this Summer 2014. The building both externally and internally is truly inspirational, providing a fantastic array of artwork. I believe I can make a real contribution to the work the gallery does for the community and the artworld. Having met some of the team, I instantly felt right at home and thoroughly enjoyed my guided tour around the gallery. Here’s to you Lightbox team! See you this Summer.

Rosalind Moseling

What a wonderful surprise to see such a spread when I arrived at the Volunteer Tea Party!!  I was expecting a slice of cake and a cuppa, but you’d really pushed the boat out! Thank you it was such a lovely tea party and good to catch up with other Volunteers.

Lynn Spankie

The Lightbox is always breaking new ground and moving forward. There are so many offshoots going out from the building, like the dementia initiative, the drawing workshops, the young curators, the children’s workshops, the Friends of The Lightbox and the links with Woking College and WWF.

Judith and Graham Errett

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