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"Virtue is its own reward. There's a pleasure in doing good which
sufficiently pays itself."
The Centre relies on its enthusiastic volunteers who are of invaluable help in the development of our work.
The team is located throughout the U.K. and abroad and undertakes a variety of tasks such as collecting documentation and memorabilia and interviewing individuals about their wartime experiences. Many volunteers living in West Yorkshire come into the Centre for a few hours each week to help with cataloguing, research and administrative duties. We are always looking to expand our volunteer team and if you are interested in the work of the Centre and have time to spare or special skills (such as expertise in IT, photography or archive / museum work) to offer, we would be delighted to hear from you.
CLICK HERE to download our leaflet, which explains more about our work and how you can get involved.
We are currently seeking to expand our team of international oral history recorders. We would like to hear from people world-wide who would be interested in becoming involved, in a voluntary capacity, in recording the anecdotal evidence of men and women who lived through the 1939-45 years. Such people may have civilian or service experience and by origin they might come from any country involved in the war or 'overtaken' by the war.
To read more about the experiences of some of the Centre's current team of volunteers, go to Volunteers.
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