Join in

Doing great things in beautiful spaces © National Trust

Doing great things in beautiful spaces

Would you like to join our team?

Are you looking for something new and exciting to get your teeth into?
We welcome friendly faces who can bring existing skills and interests, or would like to learn new ones.

Find an opportunity for you.

Get in touch by sending an email or calling 01433 639 565
 

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What would you enjoy?

What's in it for you?

  • Be part of something exciting
  • Learn new skills and share them with others
  • Be part of a dedicated team achieving great things
  • Explore and enjoy the great outdoors
  • Build on and share your passion for conservation
  • Meet new people that share common interests

David

Discovering Derbyshire’s beautiful countryside  © National Trust

'Volunteering as a walk leader has allowed me to share with people the things I love. I enjoy helping visitors to explore the countryside and discover the unique local history of the village.'

Claire

We enjoy sharing stories with visitors © National Trust

'I enjoy meeting new people and sharing stories. A favourite comment I hear from visitors is how the Hall feels like a warm family home still. For me volunteering at Eyam Hall is a fun day out.'

Trevor

Look what my hands can do © National Trust

'As a garden volunteer, working in such a beautiful space is ideal. I enjoy tasks that allow me to be hands on, particularly hand shearing the hedges. Seeing my finished work always makes me proud.'

Chris

Even the delicate things get special attention in the garden © National Trust

'As a volunteer I've made many new friends and learnt so much. I particularly enjoy working as a member of the garden team. There are always jobs to do and everyone enjoys getting involved.'

Catherine

Catherine is essential to our admin team © National Trust

'I live in Eyam and love to share its history with visitors and welcome them to the village. There are always exciting things happening and I enjoy being part of the team.'

Find out more

What can you expect

Volunteers are essential to helping protect our collection © National Trust

Once you have contacted us, we can arrange an informal interview. This is a chance for you to find out more, tell us a bit about yourself and see if joining in is for you.

Join a taster session

Volunteering can be hands on with children crafts © National Trust

If you’re happy it’s for you, we’ll sign you up to our next available induction day. This is where the fun begins. You’ll get to learn a bit about the property and the work we do. Have the chance to see what goes on behind the red ropes and quiz other volunteers about their involvement.

Get stuck in

Grown with care by our garden volunteers © National Trust

We’ll make sure you go home with all your questions answered and a date for your first day where you can buddy up with a volunteer.
While you’re with us we’ll ensure you have plenty of chances to get involved with exciting events and all the support you need to enjoy your experience.
 

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