Get Involved

There are plenty of ways to get involved and support the Somerset Cricket Museum – for example:

Donating Cricket Memorabilia

The vast majority of collections you see in museums are donated by members of the public. If you have objects or photographs that you think we may be interested in, why not enquire? We are particularly interested in Women’s Cricket items at the moment.


Are you gripped by cricket within the County of Somerset? Do you want to give something back to the cricketing community? If so…volunteer! Get involved with the Somerset Cricket Museum.You will be surprised how rewarding it can be.

Donating Money and Services

The Somerset Cricket Museum relies heavily on the generosity of the public and their volunteers to carry out their work successfully. Donations of time, money and services (IT or Trade skills) all help to preserve and promote the county’s cricketing heritage.

Throughout it’s life the museum has been generously supported by a membership scheme. There are currently about 85 members who pay £5 a year although many add a donation. The museum would not have survived over the years without their continuing support.

If you would like to donate to the Museum or to become a Member please click and complete the Contact form here or if you would like to Subscribe and receive updates regarding the Museum, complete the Subscriptions form here.

Help Promote Us

We want as many people as possible to find out about the Somerset Cricket Museum. Are you an expert in the use of Social Media?. If so, you can help us with the publicity and promotion of this website and the museum, please get in touch!

Jan Godman presenting some Women’s Cricket Memorabilia to Volunteer, Patrick Draycott
David Harrison presenting a copy of Harold Gimblett’s Hundred to Trustee Richard Walsh and Curator David Wood
Richard Johnson’s shirt presented to the Museum by Ian Stone.