Get involved at Benthall
This year there are lots of ways for you to get involved at Benthall. Whether you're interested in the history and the family and you want to get involved in the house, whether you've got green fingers and you'd love to get stuck in outside in the garden, or whether you'd like to be kept busy in the tea-room serving visitors drinks and our delicious cakes, there are lots of different ways to join our team.
Find out more
We are holding an open morning for anyone interested in volunteering on Tuesday 27 January from 10am. If you are interested in any of our available roles do come and join us and meet the team.
If you are unable to make the open morning but are interested in volunteering with us and would like to find out more about what's involved then please email us or call 01952 882159 to make an appointment.
Volunteer opportunities for 2015
Our Room Guides play a vital role in bringing Benthall to life, by inspiring our visitors and helping them to learn more about their place in an interesting and enjoyable way.
Tea-room volunteers provide a warm and inviting experience, from welcoming visitors to serving food and drink in a prompt, efficient and pleasant manner.
Introductory Talk Guide
This is a brand new role, so this is a great opportunity to get involved right at the start and help shape how the role works. Introductory Talk Guides have a vital role to play in delivering an inspiring and enjoyable introduction to the property and helping groups to learn more about the place they are visiting.
Working as part of a team, volunteer gardeners help with the upkeep, development and protection of the garden at Benthall Hall so that it can be enjoyed by all our visitors.
Garden Tour Guide
Garden Tour Guides provide a warm welcome for all visitors, taking them on a tour of the garden and helping them to explore and learn more about Benthall so that they have an enjoyable and memorable visit.
Our volunteer rangers meet monthly and complete a variety of tasks in the woodland and parkland. Tasks can include anything from path maintenance, clearing scrub to haymaking.