The Museum of Timekeeping is run by a board of trustees, supported by a small team of part-time staff and around 80 volunteers. Our team ranges from those who have been involved with the museum of many years, plus a growing team of new individuals.
Alex looks after the museum’s collection of clocks, watches and timepieces, and library.
This includes dealing with object enquiries, donation and loan requests, ensuring the care and preservation of the collection, winding and monitoring clocks on display, documenting and researching artefacts, and producing displays and exhibitions. Plus, a current major project to create a digitised inventory of the museum’s estimated 10,000 artefacts.
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Do you have time to volunteer?
Visit our volunteering pages to find out more about how you can get involved, or to enquire about joining the Board of trustees.
You don’t have to be a clock or watch expert to join our team– there are all kinds of different skills, interests and expertise that go into the making of the museum! For more details: