Volunteering award for Kevin Brunt
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Kevin Brunt has been selected by his fellow volunteers for a thoroughly deserved volunteering award. Enormously popular with visitors, Kevin's contribution to the Museum is incalculable.
In his quiet, understated way, Kevin is one of those perfect volunteers who helps the Museum tick along and is enormously helpful and popular with visitors. Without Kevin and people like him, the Museum could not possibly provide the sort of service that visitors have come to appreciate.
Kevin has volunteered at the Museum for as long as anyone can remember -- and that means more than ten yeras, even before the Museum opened officially. Currently, he supports stewarding every Saturday & Sunday, taking on the extra role of Duty Manager on Saturdays. He even takes time off his work at a London university over the Easter, Summer and Autumn to help us with Bytes Festivals.
Operations Director Victoria Alexander says, "Kevin is a model volunteer who spends the day greeting and talking to visitors. He goes out of his way to help with special requests, particularly those involving two of his favourite machines, the Elliott 803 and 903, and is the almost secret provider of biscuits that boost the energy levels of Museum staff and volunteers."
During the summer, Kevin was particularly helpful in the GISHWHES Challenge and is always ready when required to provide that elusive bit of information that no-one else has at their fingertips.
TNMOC is always looking for volunteers - although you don't have to be as good as Kevin! Here's how to become a volunteer.