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 bring a huge number of skills to many areas of our work at Marsden Moor.
Oxburgh is a very special place. Have you ever considered making Oxburgh more than a visit? Whatever your skills and interests, there are plenty of ways you can get involved!
Find out what it's like to be a volunteer at Mr Straw's House through the thoughts of Isobel.
Get more involved with our work at the barn. There’s lots to do, behind the scenes, helping visitors or using your practical skills. Make new friends, learn about the estate and volunteer with us.
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.
Interested in volunteering? Join the team on the Buscot and Coleshill Estates and get stuck in with a variety of roles and help look after our woods and countryside sites.
Roy Isherwood volunteers in Langdale helping our Rangers with practical conservation tasks. This year, on 1 March, Roy turned 86. Find out why he thinks volunteering is keeping him young at heart.
Volunteer Val talks about her experience helping out in the tea-room at Greyfriars House and Garden, providing the teas in our garden come rain or shine.
Richard gives his story on why he decided to volunteer here at Sutton Hoo.
At Greenway, young people are becoming volunteers part of their studies, and finding the love for the role and the place gets under their skin. Volunteer Reporter Scarlett met up with two young volunteers to find out about their experiences.
Chris Mitchell is a volunteer retail assistant at Kingston Lacy, Dorset. He tells us about how he finds his role rewarding helping to keep the shop running smoothly.
Hear what some of our volunteers say about helping at Packwood, and find out how you could join the team.
Join us as a visitor welcome volunteer and you'll be working with a friendly team to greet visitors and ensure that everyone has a fantastic experience at Knole.
Nicola Cornick, tells us how she became writer-in-residence, at Ashdown House in Berkshire.
Clive James and Rod Stowell - known as ‘Clod’ by Lacock Abbey staff - are experienced amateur photographers, who photographed the house collection at several of our places.
Nick volunteers in the house and Boathouse at Greenway, and he also helps out with events and leads talks and tours. He's taken the time to share what volunteering is like for him.
Join our garden team and help bring the gardens to life.
With my wife, Marilyn, I volunteer as a National Trust ranger on the Stackpole Estate in South Pembrokeshire, leading guided walks to help our visitors see the wildlife on the estate.