Volunteering Open Day

New year, new you? Is getting involved with volunteering your new year’s resolution? Join us here at Moseley Old Hall for our volunteering open days! Find out how you can become part of the team.

  • Booking not needed
  • Free event

Find out more about volunteering opportunities here at Moseley Old Hall. We have a variety of roles available from room guiding to gardening and outdoor events to fundraising. At our volunteer open days you will be able to have a hot drink and chat to our teams about volunteering at Moseley, get to know the site through guided tours of the property, and even ‘fast track’ through the sign-up process.

Don't worry, if you are not ready to sign-up straight away, you are welcome to take away volunteering information and sign-up sheets.

We can't wait to see you!

The basics

Suitability
Unfortunately we are only able to take on volunteers over the age of 18.
Meeting point
Please meet at Visitor Reception.
What to bring and wear
Please wear warm clothing, and appropriate footwear. The grounds can be muddy at this time of year, and the house gets a little chilly!
Accessibility
The first and second floor of the house is up a flight of stairs. We do not have a lift. Accessible toilets are available. There are some steps around the grounds, however accessible routes are available. Please ask a member of staff if you need any specific arrangements or directions.
Other
There is no admission charge for the volunteering open day. January 2022.

Contact Info

Name
Hattie Lowe
Email
harriet.lowe1@nationaltrust.org.uk
Telephone
Call 01902 782808

Upcoming events

Volunteering Open Day

Fri 28 Jan 2022
11:00-14:00
New year, new you? Is getting involved with volunteering your new year’s resolution? Join us here at Moseley Old Hall for our volunteering open days! Find out how you can become part of the team.

Woodland Wassailing Wander

Fri 18 Feb 2022
10:00-16:00
WASSAIL! from the Old English for 'good health', is the custom of blessing the health of apple trees. Explore the mid-winter traditions which our ancestors believed would guarantee a successful harvest.