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Vew to Kedleston Hall from the parkland © Jonathan Turley

Vew to Kedleston Hall from the parkland

Get involved

There are all sorts of ways you can get involved with volunteering at Kedleston Hall.

For more information download an application pack, or contact the property on 01332 842191 or by email.

Why volunteer?

  • Use your skills and learn new ones
  • Make a unique contribution to the work of the National Trust
  • Receive training and support
  • Make new friends
  • Boost your confidence
  • Take up a challenge
  • It's fun!

Volunteer roles

Room Guides

Enjoy volunteering in the wonderful surroundings of Hardwick © National Trust/John Millar

Help bring Kedleston Hall to life by sharing the stories of our property in an interesting and enjoyable way to inspire our visitors.

Volunteer Recruitment Co-ordinator

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Ensure volunteer applications are dealt with quickly and efficiently so that we have the right volunteers in the right roles.

Tour Guides

Fill out a comment card, survey or talk to one of our friendly room guides © A de Serra

Play a vital role in delivering inspiring and enjoyable tours, helping groups to learn more about the place they are visiting.

And many more...

View the south of Kedleston Hall from the walks around the parkland © National Trust/N B Peach

This is just a selection of the roles we have on offer. Download our opportunities booklet for more information.

Your volunteer journey starts here

The Marble Hall at Kedleston Hall, Derbyshire

Download an application pack today and see where your volunteer journey takes you.

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Nothing that takes your fancy?

If you can't find the right volunteer role for you at Kedleston, have you thought about volunteering at Sudbury Hall and the Museum of Childhood?