Volunteer roles at Arlington Court

Would you like to meet new people and make new friends, then why not consider volunteering at Arlington Court.

To find out what's involved and ask questions about the roles - telephone the office on 01271 850296 or email: arlingtoncourt@nationaltrust.org.uk.

Volunteer Room Guides

Are you interested in history, collections and enjoy working with the public? We're looking for room guides to join our teams at both the carriage museum and the house. We're particularly looking for people with a flexible approach to working who are available to volunteer at short notice and in both the museum and the house whenever the need rises.
 
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Museum Conservation Volunteer

If you excel at close attention to detail, have a steady hand and don't mind the cold, then working in the carriage museum as a conservation volunteer may be for you.#
 
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Volunteer Raffle Ticket Sellers

Do you enjoy mixing with and selling to the public? We're looking for volunteers with a passion for built and natural heritage to sell raffle tickets to visitors to help raise money for ongoing conservation work at Arlington.
 
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Volunteer roles in our gardens

Perfect for enjoying the outdoors, getting some excercise and meeting a host of new people, whatever the weather!
 
Read the garden researcher volunteer role profile (PDF / 0.0224609375MB) download
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Read the volunteer gardener role profile (PDF / 0.0224609375MB) download
 

Volunteer Education Rangers

If you're interested in outdoor education and enjoy working with children this role may suit you. Education rangers help our ranger team set up and deliver outdoor learning sessions to school groups in the grounds.
 
 
To see all the roles available and to apply online visit our volunteering site.