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Volunteer with us

Spend time in the glorious gardens as a volunteer

Spend time in the glorious gardens as a volunteer

Would you like to help make our visitors' day memorable and special, as well as make new friends and learn something new yourself?

As a volunteer there are so many opportunities to apply your own skills, such as piano playing or gardening, and learn new skills for yourself. At Coleton Fishacre, we rely on volunteers' help in all areas - from our magical valley garden to the house, to ensure that this special place is cherished and enjoyed by all our visitors for years to come.

If you would like more information and feel you would like to learn new skills or pass on your own, please email us or call our dedicated volunteer line 01803 661853.

Get involved...

  • Volunteers in Coleton Fishacre Garden © Tony Cobley

    Volunteer in the garden

    Want to put your green fingers to use in this special garden? Why not become a volunteer gardener...

  • The Saloon with carpet designed by Marion Dorn at Coleton Fishacre, Devon © Dennis Gilbert

    Volunteer in the house

    From room guiding to conservation, and becoming a day leader, there are so many ways to join in

  • The Saloon is the epitome of 1920s elegance © Dennis Gilbert

    Volunteer garden guides

    Do you want to share your love and passion for Coleton garden? Why not become a garden guide?

Exciting events

Why not join in by coming to one of our events? From fun for the kids with pond dipping and laundry days, to elegant evenings for the adults at our jazz club and cocktail evenings.

Enjoy the outdoors

With daily garden walks, seasonal garden trails for kids, dog routes, and amazing gardens to discover, as well as easy access to the coastal footpath, Coleton Fishacre is the perfect place to enjoy the outdoors.

Become a member

Becoming a member at Coleton Fishacre is the perfect way to join in - that way you can come back time and again, and see the changes that are always taking place. Just speak to one of our helpful team.

Twitter

Following us on Twitter is a great way to find out what's going on. With short snippets of information, it provides a great insight into what's happening in the house and gardens.

Facebook

Liking us on Facebook is a great way to join in. You can see what's going on, from events to behind-the scenes-information. Plus, add your comments and give us your feedback.

Supporter groups

If you're already a National Trust member or volunteer, you might like to join your local association. Centres, groups and associations promote and support our work through a programme of outings, holidays and socials.

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