The volunteering roles at Croome are so diverse from getting muddy in the garden and park, conserving and cleaning in the court to the more customer facing roles in visitor reception, the canteen and the court. Read about our volunteers experiences.
What brings Robert to Croome?
Read more about what brings Paul to Croome.
Read about Peter's experiences at Croome
Read Gillian's profile
Read more about what brings Larry to Croome.
Read more about Peter who volunteers here in the house.
Read about why Guy Busher volunteers at Croome.
What makes Sue want to come to Croome?
Katie Lancaster, one of Croome's volunteers, tells us about volunteering with the National Trust.
Graham Cartwright, one of Croome's volunteers, tells us about volunteering with the National Trust.
Student Natalie Smith spent a busy ten weeks volunteering at three National Trust properties, proving that the summer holidays can be productive as well as fun.
Read Mark Grimshaw's inspirational story about volunteering at Croome. He now knows more about decorative plasterwork, bugs and hog-hair brushes than he ever thought possible...
Read about the essential repairs to the court, some of the unusual things we have found, the adjoining Red Wing and the conservation work we do.
Learn more about essential work that takes place behind the scenes to look after the acres of garden and parkland for our visitors to enjoy.