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A volunteer Greyhound driver at Belton House helps visitors get from A to B © Dilara Suleymangil

A volunteer Greyhound driver at Belton House helps visitors get from A to B

Volunteering

There are so many ways to volunteer at Belton House.

Love spending time outdoors? Then why not get involved with our gardening or parkland ranger teams? There are opportunities to volunteer as a mansion guide or events assistant or perhaps you'd prefer to be out and about welcoming visitors?

Whatever your interests, we might have just the thing for you. Learn about how to get involved below.

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Drop in for a chat and discover what you could do at Belton this year. There are lots of different roles to get involved with, so why not pop in and explore the possibilities?

Belton Old School, Saturday 17 January,  any time between 10am - 3.30pm.

Please park in the Old School car park (across the road from the entrance to Belton Church.)

The Ride Play Café, Thursday 22 January, any time between 5pm - 7.30pm. 

Please park in the stable yard. (first left off the main driveway)

 

Variety of roles

  • John, a volunteer buggy driver, takes passengers to the Manor © National Trust / Colin Davidson

    Visitor Welcome

  • John, a volunteer buggy driver, takes passengers to the Manor © National Trust / Colin Davidson

    Room Guide

  • Discovering more about he Gardens at Belton © Roots Marketing

    Learning Team

  • A chef makes finishing touches to his creation © Pascale Cumberbatch

    In the café

  • Horse trials at Belton House © Rika Gordon

    Event support

  • Horse trials at Belton House © Nicola Morgan / National Trust

    Paint faces

  • Horse trials at Belton House © Nicola Morgan / National Trust

    In the office

  • Gardening is one of many ways that volunteers get involved at Dunham © National Trust/Neil Kerfoot

    Be outdoors

  • Gardening is one of many ways that volunteers get involved at Dunham © National Trust/Neil Kerfoot

    And many more...

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