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.
Find out what it's like to be a volunteer at Mr Straw's House through the thoughts of Isobel.
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!
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.
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, come along to one of our drop in sessions on 12 and 13 January 2019 to find out more.
Find out about how to get involved with the volunteer team at Canons Ashby and see how volunteering could benefit you.
From time to time, we organise special archaeology and conservation events at Knole. These hands-on workshops are taught by our professional team and vary from a one-off activity day to a two-week course.
With 1,000 acres to explore, you can show visitors parts of Knole Park they have never seen before.
"When you’re not here, you really miss it!” Find out what house volunteer, Becky, had to say about her experiences of volunteering at Calke Abbey.
Volunteers help to care for special buildings, landscapes and habitats in the Peak District all year round. Find out more here.
Hear Wendy's reasons for volunteering at Ickworth and why she is so grateful for Frederick, the 1st Marquess for finishing the House.
We caught up with Stephanie for a quick chat about what attracted her to a volunteering role and how she has adapted to life in rural Northern Ireland.
Chris, who volunteers in the house, has been part of our research projects groups finding out all about the 'importance of the carrot' in wartime!
Prior Park volunteer David Robertson tells us how his role has evolved from garden guide to co-ordinating the recruiting and training of new garden guides.
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.