The Museum of Royal Worcester is appealing for volunteers.

It is set to hold two information sessions in June, with the team seeking new helpers for a range of roles.

These include helping out in the museum's popular Paint-Your-Own Pottery studio, assisting with group visits, events and at the Pop-up Museum, as well as working with collections research and marketing.

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Potential volunteers will have the change to socialise with the museum's team about the roles with tea and cake sessions in June.

Those interested will also be able to enjoy a brief tour of the facility.

The sessions will take place at 11am on Thursday 27 and Saturday, June 29.

During the meeting, potential volunteers can mingle with the staff and current volunteers, ask queries and learn more information about the volunteering opportunities.

Museum director, Kate Travers, said: "As a small independent museum, the support of volunteers is invaluable in helping us deliver our creative, bringing Worcester's porcelain heritage to life, both within the Museum and as part of our creative heritage outreach across Worcestershire."