Do you enjoy great music, meeting people and supporting your local community?

We’re looking for volunteers to help facilitate our Record Clubs in Norfolk libraries. At these sessions, people get together to listen to a classic rock album in full, on vinyl and then enjoy a facilitated discussion.

Volunteer duties will include: welcoming people to the sessions and supporting the discussion with materials provided. Expenses will be reimbursed and volunteers will be given full training ahead of the sessions.

If you are interested in getting involved and would like to find out more click here, or contact us at



Inspired by the growth of album listening clubs such as ‘Classic Album Sundays’, Record Club is similar to how book and film clubs operate, except of course that it in this case it revolves (pun intended) around close listening and escaping the tyranny of the shuffle button.

Album choices are suggested and agreed ahead of each meeting and then each month we’ll gather to enjoy and discuss a classic album played in full, on vinyl, on a quality sound system with minimal distractions. When the album finishes, we’ll encourage people to grab a tea or a coffee before we reconvene to discuss the merits of the album whilst having a listen to any other relevant songs along the way.

Music is something that is close to all our hearts, and we positively encourage lively debate at our meetings, whilst keeping meetings relaxed, friendly and welcoming for everyone.

Record Club is supported by Norfolk Community Foundation through the Public Health Empowering Communities for Mental Health and Wellbeing Fund, Norwich Freemen’s Charity, Norfolk Library and Information Service, and Norwich Theatre.