On Wednesday, 9 November 2016, Cambridge Museum of Technology welcomed employees of the Lottery operator, Camelot UK Lotteries for a volunteer day.
The Camelot employees, who like to get out and see the causes that have benefited from the Lottery, were able to get involved at first hand as the museum prepares for redevelopment funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund.
Camelot teams worked on cleaning objects in the Spackman Building prior to the objects being packed and moved off-site before site redevelopment.
Two of the Camelot team also worked on updating the museum's visitor-information archive. This information will enable the museum to plan its visitor services and monitor the impact of the redevelopment after re-opening.
Photographer Dylan Nolte of the National Lottery UK was on site to capture the spirit of the Camelot volunteer day: the museum would like to thank all of the volunteers, Camelot and the Heritage Lottery Fund for their support!
Want to get involved?
Cambridge Museum of Technology relies on volunteers to run the museum and fundraise for those projects not covered by Heritage Lottery Fund (for example: redevelopment of the Engineer's House). If you can help, please contact the museum: