As part of Volunteers' Week 1- 7 June we celebrated our volunteers at the Norfolk Coast and Broads portfolio by profiling a different volunteer each day.
There are over 100 volunteers working with our teams across all areas of operation at the Norfolk Coast and Broads. In 2019 they collectively gave 8,580 hours of invaluable volunteering time to the National Trust enabling us to care for and welcome visitors to our places.
Volunteers are an important and integral part of our team and here are some of their stories.
A love of Blakeney Point meant Hanne Siebers jumped at the chance to sign up as a volunteer ranger in August 2018.
Ian Chilton joined the ranger team as a volunteer in 2018; here is his story.
Ian Baxter-Pownall joined the newly formed windpump volunteer team at Horsey Windpump as a volunteer in 2018.
Valerie began her volunteering at Blakeney National Nature Reserve in early 2017 with the ranger team. Since then she has begun to help in more areas of work as a valued member of the team.
Richard Porter started volunteering with the National Trust in 2002 and has contributed thousands of hours to the countryside team at Blakeney National Nature Reserve.
Bob Fossey joined the newly formed windpump volunteer team at Horsey Windpump as a volunteer in April 2018
Martin joined our Visitor Welcome team at Morston Quay in April 2018 after retiring from a career in the construction industry; here is his story.
Looking for a new interest? Want to be a part of a great team? We are looking for enthusiastic volunteers to help bring alive the story of Horsey Windpump for our visitors. Get to look after and operate this broadland icon.