Join in

Be part of an incredible team

 © National Trust/Derek Wilbraham

Attingham relies on its dedicated and enthusiastic team of volunteers to help conserve and enhance this special place for everyone to enjoy. With over 500 volunteers in over 70 different roles, there are plenty of opportunities to get involved and lots of great people to come and meet.

New Year, New Start! Open Days 2015
Are you looking for a new adventure this New Year? We’re hosting a number of Volunteer Open Days this January and anyone interested in volunteering can come along, speak to a member of the team and find out more. With roles from Education to Events and Welcome Guides to Parkland Gardeners, there really is a flexible opportunity to suit everyone.

Drop in to one of our Open Days this January on Saturday 17 from 11am to 1pm, Monday 19 from 11am to 1pm or Friday 23 from 2pm to 4pm for an informal chat or follow the Four Easy Steps below to find out more.

 

 

Get involved - in four easy steps

  • The tree list is a great way to find out about the tree collection © Stourhead/Lauren Haasz

    Have a look at our current opportunities online to see if there are any volunteer roles available that interest you. Send us an email or give our Volunteering Manager a call on 01743 708124 to find out more.

  • Tell us you thoughts via email © Stourhead/Lauren Haasz

    We'll ask you to complete our registration form (which we'll send to you) and send it back to us.

  • Tea and cake at Mrs Knotts Tea-room. © David Lewing

    We'll get in touch to arrange a time and date to meet in person and talk about volunteering here in more detail.

  • Get digging with us © NTPL/Laura Kennedy

    Once a suitable role has been decided, we'll get you onto our property induction session and get you started with your chosen team - it's as easy as that!

Meet like minded people in your local supporters group - and enjoy days out © National Trust

Meet like minded people in your local supporters group - and enjoy days out

Supporter groups

Whether you're a volunteer or a National Trust member, your support is vital to our work. The Shropshire Centre is a group which promotes and supports our work through a programme of outings, holidays and socials giving you the opportunity to meet like-minded people, make friends and learn more about us - if you're a member or a volunteer, they'd love to hear from you.

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