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.
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!
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.
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.
Rowan has been volunteering with the gardening team since he was 15, find out how you can get stuck in volunteering whatever your age.
Interpretation intern Amy Millward talks about
Hear what some of our volunteers say about helping at Packwood, and find out how you could join the team.
Martin joined our Visitor Welcome team at Morston Quay in April 2018 after retiring from a career in the construction industry; here is his story.
Now in his third year of volunteering with us, Robin tells us about his role at Chartwell, what he does as a house steward and why he keeps coming back.
Bob Fossey joined the newly formed windpump volunteer team at Horsey Windpump as a volunteer in April 2018
As part of Volunteer Week we are shining a light on Clementine Rhein who took some time out from studying in France last year to volunteer in Northern Ireland
To celebrate Volunteers' Week 2019 we've been finding out about the volunteers that inspire us and why they choose to volunteer their time at Penrhyn Castle.
"I took up life membership of the National Trust in 1987. Volunteering here, after my retirement, just seemed like a natural choice."
Richard gives his story on why he decided to volunteer here at Sutton Hoo.
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.
Nicola Cornick, tells us how she became writer-in-residence, at Ashdown House in Berkshire.
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.