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Volunteering with Slough Libraries

We’re looking for volunteers to get involved in a variety of activities in Slough libraries. There’s something for everyone, whatever your interests and the time you have available. By volunteering with us you can develop your skills, meet new people and contribute to your local community.

Looking for other volunteering opportunities outside of libraries? Try the Slough Community Database

Opportunities available

Volunteering Roles for Young People

  • Summer Reading Challenge Volunteering
  • Duke of Edinburgh Volunteer

Volunteering Roles for Adults

  • Front of House at The Curve
  • Activities and Events Volunteer
  • General Volunteer
  • Home Library Service Volunteer
  • ICT Volunteer
  • Local History Volunteer
  • Meet and Greet Volunteer

Volunteering Roles with Home Slough

  • Volunteer as a Creative Connector - champion the arts in your community

Support and training

We’ll give you support and training for whatever role you’re interested in. This may be shadowing or an occasional training session or just talking through what’s involved. For some roles there’s a support pack or online training to get you started, and there may also be a chance to network with other volunteers.  

The next step

If you’re interested, ask at your local library or contact us at   

We’ll ask you to complete a volunteer application form, meet us to discuss possibilities and give us the names of two referees. For some roles, such as working with vulnerable adults or children, we will ask you to complete a DBS check.

Who to contact

Slough Libraries
Slough Libraries - Volunteering

Where to go

Library @ The Curve
William Street

This information has been collected from third party providers therefore the Slough Family Information Service website and Slough Borough Council cannot accept responsibility for the accuracy of this information and recommends that parents, carers, young people, residents and professionals check with providers regarding DBS (Disclosure & Barring Service) and OFSTED registrations and CQC registrations