Volunteering is a great way to explore your special interests, learn new skills or put existing ones to good use. You can also meet like-minded people and play a vital part in caring for our special places.
We have almost 80 volunteers helping us on the estate in a wide variety of roles from office administration to outdoor conservation work. Although we get so much interest from potential volunteers it's hard to find work for everyone, we'll always do our best to find you a suitable role. Please email the West Dorset Office to find out more.
We're looking for a part-time Car Park Assistant just along the coast at Burton Bradstock, to help out during the busy summer season.
You can find out more about the role and apply on the National Trust jobs website. The closing date is Thursday 19 March.
Join the National Trust as a member to support our work and enjoy great benefits. Fancy parking for free every time you visit Langdon Hill, Stonebarrow and Burton Bradstock? How about free entry to Hardy's Cottage, Max Gate and Clouds Hill?
Ask about membership at your local National Trust place or look out for our membership van in West Dorset.
Do you share our love for the Golden Cap Estate? You might like to join our local supporter group and play a part in caring for this special place while enjoying the company of like minded people.
Membership of the Golden Cap Association (West Dorset) is open to National Trust members and accredited volunteers, and there are currently over 400 members. The group supports the work of the National Trust in West Dorset and offers activities such as talks, walks and coach visits.
Fancy getting involved with our work while enjoying a break in beautiful surroundings? Working holidays give you the chance to develop new skills, lend a helping hand, get away from it all and make friends for life. In the winter months we run three hedgelaying holidays, while in warmer months you might be helping us to repair or replace steps on the South West Coast Path.
Hedgelaying is one of the main tasks our working holiday groups help us with. This traditional form of hedgerow management takes place in the winter months when trees in the hedgerows are dormant and we can cut the stems without damaging them (and we aren't disturbing any resident wildlife either).
Our events offer the chance to meet our team, try something new and perhaps discover new parts of the estate. They're jolly good fun, too. Most of our events and activities take place in the summer months - you'll find details of upcoming events on our Events page.
Following us on Facebook is a great way to keep up with the latest news from the estate and find out what our rangers have been up to. We love to hear from visitors to the estate. Why not tell us what you've seen and done on your latest visit and share your pics?