Join in

Share your stories and smiles with visitors in the house and gardens © National Trust

Share your stories and smiles with visitors in the house and gardens

Discover Volunteering

Ever wanted to try something new? As part of a happy and positive team you could enjoy a variety of roles, from cooking on the historic Aga to welcoming visitors on whatever day suits you. There is a new world to discover with volunteering at Upton. As our new plans for 2015 develop we are looking for more people to join our busy and enthusiastic team. Could that be you?

Insight and outside

Volunteers preview a new art exhibition in the Squash Court Gallery

Volunteers get special insights into what's happening such as this preview of a new art exhibition. They organise coffee mornings, speakers and  away days. There's always a chance to learn more and make new friends.

What suits you?

Saxophone player at Upton House Party weekend

Your commitment can be flexible, sign up when you can come. Stick to one role or try a few, meet new people and gain new skills, Share your experience and passion for life with our visitors.

Next steps...

Answering the telephone in the library at Upton House

If you're interested you could come to Upton and try a taster session or if you just want to find out more about what's involved please do get in touch by emailing our volunteering team.

Are you a Student? Try volunteering

Learn about working for the National Trust, gain experience and polish your skills. Try your hand at different roles and build confidence in your customer service skills by volunteering with us.

Volunteer with your family

Why not bring the whole family? Volunteering is such a fun and rewarding way to be part of the magic of Upton and now you can bring the whole family along.

Day in the life of a volunteer at Upton

Pauline Stint, a room guide for over 20 years © National Trust

Pauline Stint loves room guiding. She’s been coming to Upton for 20 years and still loves every minute. Find out more about her typical day and why it still gives her a buzz.