Meet our volunteers
Find out why volunteers give up their time to look after our places. Read our full collection of volunteer profiles and articles
Volunteers are an integral part of our Marsden Moor team. Find out more about the work they do.
There are plenty of ways to get involved and help at Croome. From groups and associations to regular volunteering roles, find out how you can make a difference.
It’s great to get involved in what we do - it’s fun, interesting and social. Everyone involved helps support our cause. So why not join the team as a volunteer? If you're interested, visit the volunteering pages and register your interest.
We couldn't work without our dedicated team of volunteers that help us look after Kinver Edge and the Rock Houses. Take a look at jobs they help us with and how to get involved and join the team yourself.
Sue, a room guide volunteer, started in April 2016 after she moved to the area. She shares why she began volunteering and what it is like for her.
Start your volunteering journey with the National Trust and discover how you can help us to care for Hardcastle Crags now, and for future generations. Find out more here.
Volunteer conservation ranger, Lucy, tells us in her own words how volunteering at Clumber Park has helped her develop crucial skills and further her studies.
Find out what inspires Alice to give of her time as a volunteer
Meet Peter, one our House Experience volunteers, who has been with us for 36 years! Find out why he loves volunteering at Anglesey Abbey and what his role involves...
John is one of our estate volunteers, who supports our countryside team across the whole portfolio at Felbrigg, Sheringham Park and West Runton.
Volunteers play such an important role in helping us care for Flatford. Discover what it's like to volunteer here at Flatford from one of our volunteer gardeners, Brian Willis. Brian volunteers in the Valley Farm Kitchen Garden, click here to read his story.
De is one of the Retail Volunteers working in the shop at Felbrigg Hall.
Margaret volunteers with a variety of teams at Felbrigg, helping in our bookshop and tearoom as well as in the house as a Room Guide.
Jan and John are two of our bookshop volunteers that support our secondhand bookshop by sorting through donations and organising books to go out onto the shelves.
Rosemary is one of a dedicated team of volunteers who help maintain the Bower Garden at Sheringham Park.
Berrington depends on the help of each one of our volunteers. One particular group of volunteers, Berrington's 'Sewing Volunteer Team' even helped to make our exhibition, 'A Dress Fit for a King', become a reality.
Are you interested in volunteering? Here what Judith, an estate volunteer here at Scotney, has to say about her experiences.