Rottingdean Heritage looks after the Grange Gallery, Museum and Gardens, Windmill, Golden Square Washhouse and village Phone Box in Rottingdean and is looking for volunteer Gallery Stewards to come and join their team.
You'd be involved in welcoming visitors, answering questions about the current exhibition and selling their range of gifts and books. Originally a Georgian house built as a vicarage, The Grange was renamed by the famous artist Sir William Nicholson when he lived here before WW1.
It now houses an Art Gallery and Museum which are managed by Rottingdean Heritage, as well as the local library and Tourist Information Hub which are the responsibility of Brighton and Hove Council.
It is a popular place to visit, particularly in the summer when the Tea gardens are open in the award-winning Grange Garden at the rear of the building. It overlooks the beautiful village pond and is the perfect place to explore Rottingdean village from.
The Grange Gallery features a varied programme of work by local artists throughout the year, highlights being the May Open Houses and the Christmas Fair which attract many visitors.
Rottingdean Heritage is planning to create a further gallery dedicated to Sir William Nicholson and his family, which included the famous modernist painter Ben Nicholson.
More information about volunteering for Rottingdean Heritage here: www.rottingdeanheritage.org.uk/get-involved