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Many hands make light work! © National Trust

Many hands make light work!

Have you ever thought about volunteering?

Gunby Hall and Gardens could not operate without its small army of volunteers. We currently have vacancies for welcome hosts, room guides and garden hosts. Contact us on 01754 890102 or email us for more information, role profiles and registration forms.

Room guides

Our volunteers provide a warm welcome! © National Trust

Welcoming our visitors with a smile and information about our collection is what Room Guides do best. Training and induction is provided on the job. The minimum commitment is two 3-hour shifts per month. Come and join our lovely team!

Garden hosts

Our volunteers provide a warm welcome! © National Trust

Making sure our visitors enjoy the Gunby Gardens is the main task of our garden hosts. Helping with directions and giving some information about plants is also part of the role. Become part of our enthusiastic team!

Welcome hosts

Our volunteers provide a warm welcome! © National Trust

Help the visitor service team with greeting visitors in the reception area. You will check National Trust passes and issue tickets for the Hall. At times you will be the first person our visitors meet, so your welcoming smile is very important!

Reasons to get involved

  • Boost confidence
  • Work experience
  • Have fun
  • Share skills
  • Meet new people
  • New challenges
  • Help conserve our heritage

Volunteer registration form

In order to start your journey as a Gunby Volunteer, please print and complete the registration form. You can post it to Gunby Hall, Spilsby, PE23 5SS. Alternatively ring us on 01754 890102.

Connect with other volunteers

Already a volunteer? Why not sign up to my volunteering. Keep up to date with the latest national volunteering news and share your stories with volunteers nationwide.

Join a local supporter group

Experience the fresh air, hidden depths, and new views of the National Trust while helping to conserve our heritage for ever, for everyone, by joining a local National Trust supporter group.

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