Join our team
Interested in joining our team of volunteers? Watch this video to find out more about what it's like to volunteer here from some of our amazing volunteers themselves.
This page gives you all the information you need to get started on your journey towards becoming part of our team. What are you waiting for?
How to become a volunteer
What can I do?
Our team of over 800 volunteers are the heart of Tyntesfield. As a visitor, most of the people you will meet will be volunteers who give their time to help support this amazing place. Volunteers are involved in all areas, from retail and conservation to gardening and administration. Follow the link below to find out what volunteer roles we are currently recruiting for.
How do I apply?
If you find a volunteering role you’re interested in then get in touch to find out more. We’ll send you a registration form and then invite you in for an informal interview. We have a fantastic team of volunteers who support the recruitment process. They are usually in once or twice a week and will respond to your enquiry as soon as possible to get you started on your journey.
What happens next?
If your interview is successful you'll be invited to an induction day with our friendly welcome volunteers to give you the information you need to get started. We'll give you all the training you need to start your role and run refresher training sessions once a year to keep you up-to-date.
We have a fantastic team who help visitors to find out more about the house and the people who lived there. You don't need any prior knowledge as you'll shadow another volunteer to pick up the stories.
'The best bit is the opportunity to bring to life the story of Tyntesfield, the people, the place, the history... making it seem real', says Susie, a volunteer room interpreter.
Interested in gardens, plants and wildlife and want to learn more? Joining our team of estate interpreters gives you the chance to learn and get other people excited about Tyntesfield's outdoor spaces.
'I love that I have the opportunity to use all my bits of knowledge about the esate and share them an an informal, personal way with our visitors' says Ian, a volunteer estate interpreter.