Corporate volunteering

Fraser Normington, Volunteering Co-ordinator Fraser Normington Volunteering Co-ordinator
Two people putting down turf

Unlock the time and skills of your employees by making a meaningful difference to place and nature at the National Trust Wiltshire Landscape.

The National Trust’s Wiltshire Landscape portfolio is able to offer companies and businesses a variety of experiences across the beautiful Wiltshire countryside.

Unlock your team’s potential through developing skills and interpersonal relationships, all through supporting the conservation work of the National Trust.

Our diverse roles vary from meeting and greeting visitors at summer solstice or Avebury Manor and Gardens; through to helping our countryside rangers repair the turf of Avebury Henge, or assisting with scrub clearance at Pepperbox Hill.

Our team would like to invite you to join our team for the day; for time out of the office that will make an incredible difference to both the National Trust, and your employees.

For further information contact Fraser Normington on 01672 538017 or email

Examples of the type of volunteering opportunties available are:

  • Ragwort pulling at the stunning Neolithic henge of Figsbury Ring near Salisbury.

  • Ragwort pulling at Lockeridge Dene, site of a unusual sarsen boulder stream, near Marlborough.

  • Hazel coppicing in the Stonehenge landscape.

  • Hay raking at West Kennet Farm near Marlborough

  • Making Christmas decorations for Avebury Manor, near Marlborough

  • Dressing Avebury Manor for Christmas, near Marlborough

Litter picking after an event
Two people collecting litter
Litter picking after an event