Volunteer at Dyffryn Gardens
Would you like to learn new skills, meet new people and help us to look after Dyffryn?
Thinking about volunteering?
Volunteers are the life blood of Dyffryn, without them we would not be able to keep the gardens so well maintained, open the house to visitors or to help our less mobile visitors to enjoy the gardens. We'd love you to consider spending some of your free time with us so that we can continue to care for the house and gardens and to provide a great day out.
" I love volunteering in the garden, seeing it bloom in all its glory after all our pruning and planting gives me an immense sense of satisfaction"
What opportunities are there?
We have lots of different roles available at Dyffryn, the vacancies are always changing, so check back frequently at: https://myvolunteering.nationaltrust.org.uk/opportunity-search
Here is just a small selection of volunteer roles at Dyffryn:
- Admin Volunteer
- Visitor Reception
- Buggy Driver
- Rockery Gardener
- Flower Arranger
- House Host
Looking to gain experience this summer?
We're looking for enthusiastic volunteers, keen on gaining experience which could prepare you for a potential career in heritage. We've opened these three new roles up this summer, so for more details and to apply, visit https://myvolunteering.nationaltrust.org.uk/opportunity-search.
Visitor Experience Volunteer
Volunteering alongside the Visitor Experience team, you will support day to day operations. You will be a flexible multi-tasker with bags of initiative and a can-do attitude, ready to jump in where help is most needed. Tasks could include: helping the duty manager with the smooth running of the site, welcoming visitors and being a point of call for visitors around the site, and more!
Project Research Volunteer
Volunteering under the guidance of our House Steward, you will carry out independent research into Dyffryn’s historic rooms and interiors to inform the creation of room guides for our visitors.
Conservation volunteers help use look after our historic buildings and interiors and share the ways we’re looking after them with our visitors. This will include monitoring envirionmental conditions, undertaking condition surveys and updating monitoring records, cleaning the mansion and more.
What's in it for you?
You have the opportunity to meet new people, learn new skills and help us look after this special place. You can join in with our staff and volunteer socials and enjoy spending time in our gorgeous surroundings.
Further details and applications for available roles can be found here: https://myvolunteering.nationaltrust.org.uk/opportunity-search