Volunteer: Dovedale Information Barn, White Peak
Volunteering at the Dovedale Information Barn is enjoyable, interesting and a lot of fun according to our volunteer, Oriel Sweet.
White Peak Cave Monitoring
Since 1995 the National Trust has monitored the entrances to the Manifold Valley caves that contain a fascinating history.
Stories of a Caravan Site Ranger
Miri and Len Hammond have been volunteering as Caravan Site Rangers for a few weeks a year at Ilam Park since 2007. Here they tell us about their experiences with the National Trust.
Sarah Taylor spent nine months working with our Visitor Experience team in the Peak District as a placement during her sandwich year at Sheffield Hallam University.
Volunteer ponies on Alsop Moor
Alsop Moor conversation management with the help of some hungry ponies to clear overgrown areas of land.
Volunteer Long Service Awards
Celebrating those volunteers who have been with us the longest.
Long term volunteering in the Peak District
For a great start to your career join us in the Peak District to gain a year's invaluable work experience. This opportunity is the perfect option for a sandwich year at university or college.
Volunteering can be extremely rewarding and people have many different reasons to do so. You may have questions about what it means to volunteer; the link below has the answers.