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.
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.
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.
After spending many happy years working in primary schools, Karen's mind turned to volunteering and giving something back. We're delighted to have her on board.
Discover exciting volunteer opportunities and find out how you can help look after Greyfriars.
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.
We couldn't work without our dedicated team of volunteers who help us run and look after 575 Wandsworth Road. Take a look at how you can get involved by joining the volunteer team.
Whatever your age there's an opportunity to volunteer at Ickworth. Read about Helen and Freddie's experience of family volunteering
Rowan has been volunteering with Ickworth's gardening team since he was 15, find out how you can join an amazing team of volunteers whatever your age.
Can you spare just three hours a week? If so, you could spend it at this majestic, moated manor house and bring a little magic into your life by joining our family of fantastic volunteers.
The Skell Valley is an area rich in nature, beauty and history. Throughout the length of the project there will be opportunities for people of all backgrounds, abilities, and interests to get involved. Whether you want to get muddy in the outdoors, discover new areas in nature or are happier delving though historical documents with a nice cup of tea – the Skell Valley Project needs your help!
Hughenden's house team have been planning the fairy tale Christmas since August, but conservation cleaning stops for no-one. There's no magic wand, so we're extremely thankful for our fairy godmothers.
Are you interested in volunteering? Here what Judith, an estate volunteer here at Scotney, has to say about her experiences.
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.
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...