Join in

Love the outdoors

Getting down to earth 

As Outdoors Coordinator, you will take the lead in coordinating the team of Grounds and Garden Assistants at Melford Hall.

Click on the link above, or call or email us to find out more.
 

Lots of opportunities

A volunteer presenting a talk on the history of Melford Hall © Lewis Bowes

Whether you've got lots of time to give and want to be a key player, or just fancy a few hours here either working with our visitors or behind the scenes, there are lots of opportunities to join in the fun at Melford Hall. Call or email us to find out more

Volunteer groups

Melford Hall’s Banqueting House and lawn © Sarah Barfoot

Ever fancied coppicing or heritage parkland maintenance?

Volunteer groups offer like-minded people the opportunity to undertake exciting activities to support the work of the National Trust.
 

Get involved

Melford Hall Conservation Work © Lewis Bowes

Would you like to learn a new skill? During the winter months our team of conservation experts, staff and volunteers ensure the collection and Hall is preserved for all to enjoy year after year

Supporter groups

Join your local supporter group and get more from your membership © Arnhel de Serra

There are many different ways you can get more involved with the National Trust in your area, including joining a Supporter group association. You don't have to be a member to join in.

 

Meet our volunteers

Conservator

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In 2010, Keith joined Melford Hall as a volunteer to help to conserve its' heritage.

Interpreter

 © National Trust

Trudi and John are dedicated to unveiling the Melford Hall stories and helping us bring the hall to life.

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