How your company can get involved

Group of adults working on a hillside pulling up brash

At the Clent Hills we offer a programme of corporate volunteering days. Your team can sign up to come and help with conservation work and access projects.

These activities are great for team building, exposing people to new experiences and helping to create that work / life balance. It is also a very valuable way of putting something back into your local environment.

If you would like to start introducing your employees to the National Trust then you can also arrange for some of our team to come into your workplace and offer discounted membership to them. Your membership fees go directly towards looking after the heritage and green spaces that we look after in and around Birmingham and the Black Country and members can enjoy exploring the hundreds of gardens, stately homes, castles and beaches that we look after.

For more information and to book either of these opportunities please contact claire.hale@nationaltrust.org.uk

Upcoming events

Hidden Histories Ramble

Sun 30 Sep 2018
10:00-13:00
What's the story behind the Four Stones? What lies hidden beneath your feet? Find out on this 5 mile ramble around the Clent Hills.

Autumn Colours Ramble

Wed 10 Oct 2018
10:00-13:00
See Clent Hills in all its autumn glory on a 5-mile guided ramble.

Autumn Leg-strecher Ramble

Wed 17 Oct 2018
10:00-15:00
Put yourselves to the test with a 10 mile guided walk around the Clent Hills, enjoying the autumn colours on show.

Wandering Wands Trail

Sat 27 Oct 2018
09:00-16:00
Have your own adventure this autumn with the Wandering Wands half term trail.

Broomstick Making Workshop

Sun 28 Oct 2018
11:00-12:00
Find out about the folklore of Clent and discover traditional wood-craft methods by making your very own besom broomstick to take home.

Tales around the Campfire

Sun 04 Nov 2018
12:00-12:45
Join us around the campfire for story-telling sessions with a spooky twist. Enjoy ghostly goings-on with a warming hot chocolate and roasted marshmallows.