Get Involved

Those who love Jarrow Hall can become involved in a number of ways, including donations, legacies, volunteering, joining the Friends of the World of Bede and more.

We rely on funding and donations in order to continue caring for our building, grounds, exhibitions and animals, so every bit of support helps. Individuals can make a single or recurring gift here, or contact us at jarrowhall@groundwork.org.uk or Jarrow Hall, Church Bank, Jarrow, NE32 3DY.

There are many ways companies can support and benefit from Jarrow Hall too, through venue hire, exhibition sponsorship, support in kind, Corporate volunteer days and more. Contact us to find out more.

Volunteer

Apply to be a volunteer now at Jarrow Hall. Those joining our team can expect a welcoming environment, relevant training, supervision from our close-knit teams, travel expenses, celebration events, and the opportunity to meet new people and develop transferable skills.

Join Jarrow Hall and become part of our team delivering an outstanding experience and building our reputation as one of the finest, most welcoming and best-loved venues in the region.

Volunteers can assist in our museum, reception and shop, Anglo-Saxon farm, village and grounds, or become a Tour Guide or History Education Assistant.

Whether specialising in one or helping with all of these elements of our offer, you will become part of the Groundwork family and help to engage, inform and assist visitors, staff and fellow volunteers.

We’re taking applications now – to apply for our various volunteer roles and to find out more information please visit the Groundwork website by clicking here.

Please read the role description and person specification, carefully complete an application form and equal opportunities monitoring form, and return both via email. A valid and regularly-checked email account is essential, and postal or hardcopy applications will not be reviewed. If you have any accessibility requirements that prevent you from applying in this fashion, please contact stan.hr@groundwork.org.uk.

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