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 variety of jobs on offer.
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.
Find out what it's like to be a volunteer at Mr Straw's House through the thoughts of Isobel.
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.
Whatever your age there's an opportunity to volunteer at Ickworth. Read about Helen and Freddie's experience of family volunteering
Are you interested in volunteering? Hear what Steve, a carpenter volunteer here at Scotney, has to say about his experiences.
Find out about how to get involved with the volunteer team at Canons Ashby and see how volunteering could benefit you.
Hear what some of our volunteers say about helping at Packwood, and find out how you could join the team.
Are you looking for a new challenge? Meeting new people? Learning new skills? From Room Stewards to Garden Tour Guides, find out about our volunteering opportunities here.
It’s something so completely different from anything you might have done before but you have to try it to see. You just might be surprised as to how much you get into it.
Sheila has been volunteering at Ashridge for over a year and loves every minute of it.
Sue retired in 2018 and was looking for a fun way to help fill her time and meet new people. She has now found herself doing things she had never done before, and feels as though being at Sutton Hoo has re-energised her. Read her story to find out more...
Tony has volunteered for several years at both Sutton Hoo and Flatford. Mainly found in the café, he talks us through what he enjoys most about his roles and offers some top tips for anybody interested in volunteering.
Whether helping our gardens to flourish or supporting the operations team, volunteers play a vital role in the day to day running of Hidcote. We catch up with one volunteer who shares her story.
Libby is one of our youngest volunteers. Still at High School, she started volunteering at Oxburgh as something a little different to do with her spare time. Now it’s given her lots of ideas for her future.
Farida first fell in love with Oxburgh almost 20 years ago, now with the kids grown up and free time on her hands, she came back to join the team as a garden volunteer.