The Incorporation seeking volunteers to help us increase public access to Tuckers Hall, one of Exeter’s best kept secrets.

We want to share the history of the Incorporation and the Hall as widely as possible and welcome anyone who would like to become part of a dedicated group helping us to achieve this. For more information and an informal discussion about what is involved, please let us have your contact details so that we can arrange to meet you at the Hall. 

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Assisting the Beadle to provide a warm friendly welcome to our visitors to the hall, helping them to experience this unique building and organization and telling its long history. Also, to help the Beadle maintain the security of the hall and our artifacts.

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To assist with organising visits by local schools and organisations. Having previous experience of working in a school environment and the planning and production of learning material would be useful.

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To help input our records onto our computer database. The records go back as far as the 16th century, including minute books and many other fascinating historic documents. If you have computer skills and an interest in history, this will be for you.

The digitised records are then translated into modern english so that they can be read and understood buy members of the public. If you have the necessary skills to carry out this process we would be pleased to hear from you.  

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Jo Bickle - Volunteer Hall Guide - since 2013
Steve McAndrew - Volunteer Hall Guide & Archivist - since 2013
Lois Blackford - Volunteer Hall Guide - since 2014
Elly Babbedge - Volunteer Archivist - since 2016
Maia Riley - Volunteer Charities Administrator - since 2016

Do come and visit the hall when open for an informal chat and to meet other volunteers, you will be most welcome.