Volunteer at Croome
Croome is brought to life and opens its doors thanks to our dynamic team of volunteers.
New Volunteer Recruitment Drop In Event.
Sunday 3 June from 11am to 3pm.
Have you ever thought of volunteering at Croome? Come to our Visitor Centre and meet the Volunteer Department.
Look at the roles available and get your questions answered and if you are interested sign up.
Our volunteers are involved with a huge breadth of roles from sharing the unique stories of Croome’s history, welcoming our visitors, helping behind the scenes in keeping our offices ticking over and ensuring our parkland and shrubberies are always looks there best through the changing seasons.
" Being involved in a restoration project in such a great place is a privilege."
You don’t need to know everything as we are looking for volunteers who have buckets of enthusiasm, embrace change and development and would like to be part of a diverse volunteer team. You’ll discover lots of information and history about Croome, sharing the snippets you love with our visitors.
If you are interested in volunteering at Croome why not read about what brings some of our volunteers here every day.
We are a fast-paced, evolving place so we have a wide range of varied roles to help with as Croome grows. If you love meeting people and making new friends, then we’d love you to join the friendly and dedicated team. Click on the link below to check out which roles we are currently looking to fill at Croome to see what you fancy.
" “The view from the church takes my breath away every time I arrive, a fantastic place to volunteer and make new friends”"
RAF Defford Museum
A secret airfield in WW2 where airborne radar systems were developed and tested is another important period in the long and varied history of Croome.
Tucked away in part of the wartime RAF Sick Quarters, the RAF Defford Museum tells the intriguing stories of the people and aircraft involved with technology that helped to win the Battle of the Atlantic, provided accurate navigation in support of Bomber Command and allowed the world’s first automatic landing of a Defford aircraft close to Croome Park.
Our volunteers are keen to share these stories with visitors and to hear the tales that visitors bring to us. If you are interested in the history of World War 2 and the people who contributed so much to the Allied victory, this may be the place for you to volunteer. To find out more, contact National Trust Croome on 01905 371006, or email: email@example.com
Also for more information visit the Defford Airfield Heritage Group website
The Friends of Croome
Want to meet more like-minded people?
" Contributing to maintaining something special for everyone."