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A volunteer garden guide having fun talking to visitors © NTPL Paul Harris

A volunteer garden guide having fun talking to visitors

Volunteer with us

There are so many reasons to volunteer and everyone has their own. Some of the main benefits are:

  • learning new skills
  • improving your CV
  • working alongside experts in their field
  • making new friends
  • Knowing you're making a unique contribution to our work

Volunteer room guides

One of our room guides ready to help © Ellie Jones

One of our room guides ready to help

As a volunteer room guide you will help our visitors enjoy and learn more about Stourhead, playing a key role in making the visit an inspiring experience. Not only that but there's lots that you can learn about the property and its history too.

Volunteer catering assistant

Join our great team in the restaurant © National Trust

Join our great team in the restaurant

Help us provide a warm and welcoming environment, and ensure that the restaurant reflects the spirit of Stourhead. the role involves providing a unique visitor experience and an enjoyable day out.

And you'll get to sample the delicious cakes.

Volunteer fundraising assistant

Help us raise even more for the property © National Trust/Marina Rule

Help us raise even more for the property

Help us raise much needed funds to keep Stourhead special and join our fundraising team. Last year this small, but friendly team generated over £24,000 for the property, which all goes to help with conservation work on the property.

How much can you raise?

Volunteer day makers

Enjoy volunteering at Stourhead © Tim Harris

Enjoy volunteering at Stourhead

As a day maker you will provide a warm  welcome to all visitors and nothing will be too much trouble. You will be able to perform lots of different tasks, assisting the department needing the most help during busy periods.

Want to join our friendly team?

Join our team

If any of the roles interest you, please get in touch on 01747 841152 or fill in an application form and email it back to us.

Blackmore Vale & Yeovil Association

The Association was founded in 1978. Members live in the area between Shaftesbury, South Petherton, Castle Cary and Cerne Abbas.
They support the National Trust and ensure members have an enjoyable time while doing so.

Salisbury and South Wiltshire Association

Make more of your membership. Salisbury and South Wilts local association arranges a programme of lectures, outings and holidays and subscription starts at only £8 per year. For more information call 01722 711005.

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