Volunteering your time is a great way to learn new skills, meet people and expand your horizons - what will you try?
There are so many different reasons to volunteer, and everyone has their own reasons. However, here are some of the main benefits:
- Learn new skills
- Good for your C.V.
- Work alongside experts in their field
- Make new friends
- Knowing you're making a unique contribution to our work
- Counts towards your Duke of Edinburgh Award
Our volunteers are quite simply the lifeblood of the National Trust. Without our army of enthusiastic helpers, we certainly wouldn't be able to maintain our places, and our visitors would miss their valuable contribution to bringing a visit to life.
There are many organisations that offer volunteering opportunities. We are unique because not only do we care for so many amazing and diverse places, but we offer such a wide range of roles from assisting with archaeological digs to marshalling events - via inspiring tour groups and leading bug hunts...