The Rifles Museum Charitable Trust is the organisation responsible for running The Rifles Museum. The Charity has a series of objectives based around educating the public and members of the armed forces in the history of the Rifles Regiment and its antecedent regiments. We achieve this through the acquisition and preservation of material and then exhibiting and providing research access to this collection. This work requires more resources than we have available to us and so we are always grateful for help in a wide selection of areas. Whether you are able to offer financial support or would like to share your time with us through volunteering we would love to hear from you. If you are offering historical material to the Museum, please go to our Collections, Education and Research page for details on how to contact us.
The Rifles Museum is reliant on the generosity of the general public, and particularly those that volunteer with us. Many of our volunteers support us once a week, with a variety of tasks from researching content for temporary exhibitions, or our website redevelopment, to auditing collections and redisplaying galleries.
We are particularly keen to hear from people interested in assisting with our family activities and events, and those who are interested in working in our shared front-of-house area, run by The Royal Green Jackets (Rifles) Museum.
If you’re interested in helping us out, please contact us on: email@example.com
The Rifles’ Memorials Policy
For information about memorials that relate to The Rifles or their antcedent regiments, please download a copy of The Rifles Memorials Policy.
The Rifles Museum strives to be green. Please download our Environmental Policy for more information.