A role for everyone
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If you really want to step back in time and take our visitors with you then why not join our costumed interpretation team? You'll get to dress as the staff working in the Victorian Agar-Robartes household, and carry out their roles by performing simple tasks like pastry or jelly making, raking paths or polishing boots.
By encouraging visitors to help you with your work you'll really help to bring Lanhydrock House to life and create an enjoyable and memorable experience for everyone.
Contact Dawn Todd to find out more.
The volunteers in their own words
A welcoming reception at Lanhydrock
There are many different volunteering opportunities with us here at Lanhydrock House. Here one of our reception volunteers describes his role.
Strolling the grounds at Lanhydrock
You don't need to stay indoors if you volunteer at Lanhydrock. Find out about the role of an outside 'Stroller' from Eddie, who's been volunteering in this role for three years.
A new role at Lanhydrock
Helping the visitor services team support the volunteers and visitors in the house is the VSVA, a role newly created this year. Patricia talks us through the role and explains why she enjoys working with the team at Lanhydrock House.
Fun and frolics
All expenses are covered and special perks for volunteers include annual outings
At Christmas there's a special carol service for staff and volunteers in Lanhydrock Church
Food glorious food
Volunteers enjoy an end of season lunch together in November and often socialise in the evenings with a mea...
Get in touch
If you're interested in any of the roles you've seen here and would like to join our friendly team of volunteers, then please contact our visitor services officer, Rory Port by email or call him on 01208 265965.