Get involved with the museum


As a charitable organisation, we rely on your generosity to help safeguard The Cromwell Museum and to ensure that the story of Oliver Cromwell – his life, times and influence on modern democracy – is kept alive and brought to ever more people’s attention. There are many ways you can help support The Cromwell Museum Trust including making a donation, becoming a sponsor joining the Friends scheme and volunteering with us.

Donations


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The Cromwell Museum Trust as an independent museum does not receive central government funding, and depends on donations from our visitors and interested parties to help fund our activities. Read more

Adopt an Object


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You can become part of our story and part of our future by choosing to adopt one of the unique objects in our care, helping us to safeguard the future of our museum and our collection. Read more

Patron, Trustees and Staff


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The Cromwell Museum Trust was formed in 2015 to take on the ownership and running of the Museum, after County Council funding was withdrawn. Find out more about the team who are responsible for the running of the Museum.  Read more

Volunteer with us


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The Cromwell Museum depends on an enthusiastic and dedicated team of volunteers for a wide range of roles. These include staffing the Museum’s main desk (Front of House), helping with the Museum shop stock, welcoming school and other group visits, events and publicity. Read more

Supporters & Donors


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We welcome and encourage regular support from sponsors and donors, as well as the opportunity to support individual projects or events. Read more

Friends of the Museum


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The Friends of the Cromwell Museum help support the Museum by fundraising for acquisitions, exhibitions and Museum projects. This includes supporting the annual Cromwell Lecture programme each November.  Read more

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