Volunteering at Avebury
Do you fancy volunteering at Avebury, where an ancient stone circle, museum and manor house can be found in the heart of the Avebury World Heritage Site near Swindon? Volunteers are an essential part of the National Trust, helping us to care for special places and share them with visitors.
Why volunteer at Avebury?
Whether you are looking to enjoy a new challenge, enhance your CV, spend time in a beautiful place, make a difference as part of this chaity, or learn a new skill, volunteering with the Avebury team is a fantastic opportunity to make the most of your free time.
" I'm helping to preserve our history and heritage for the future."
Useful information about volunteering at Avebury
- There are many different ways to get involved in all of the different parts that make up Avebury, from helping visitors to experience the manor house or museum to caring for the countryside, raising vital funds, and much more. You can see a few examples of the different volunteer roles below.
- Avebury is easy to travel to: the manor house, museum and stone circle are on a direct bus route from Swindon, and countryside we care for is within easy driving distance of Salisbury.
- We'll give you all the training you need, with regular sessions to help you update your knowledge and familiarise yourself with the place.
- There are lots of opportunities to meet up with other volunteers, with regular socials, trips and a Christmas party.
- There's no fixed amount of shifts to cover or hours to volunteer - we're very flexible, and most roles have an online rota so that you can sign up to as much as you wish.