Volunteering across Somerset Coast and Countryside

Brean Trail Walkers going up a steep hill

There are many ways to get involved with the National Trust and our volunteers are at the core of everything we do. We’d love for you to join one of our friendly teams across the region; we have many opportunities for you to get involved with.

Quantocks and Blackdowns


Wellington Monument - Dog ranger and engagement volunteers


Orientate, engage and encourage responsible dog walking on our National Trust sites.


Fyne Court - Dog ranger and engagement volunteers


Orientate, engage and encouraging responsible dog walking on our National Trust sites.

Fyne Court - Event assistants


Our event assistants support the outdoor experience and ranger teams in running activities and events promoting Somerset Coast & Countryside.

Exmoor


Multiple sites - Conservation rangers


Help deliver conservation work, ecological surveys and monitoring.

Mid Somerset


Brean Down - Catering volunteers


Assist with in our busy café at Brean Down.


Multiple sites - Dog ranger and engagement volunteers


Orientate, engage and encourage responsible dog walking on our National Trust sites.


Multiple sites - Ecological surveyors


Volunteer ecological surveyors support the countryside team’s work in ensuring key habitats; species and conservation management work are surveyed and monitored.


Brean Down - Archaeological surveyors


Volunteer archaeology surveyors support the countryside team’s work in ensuring key archaeological features are protected for future generations.


Multiple sites - Event assistants


Our event assistants support the outdoor experience and ranger teams in running activities and events promoting Somerset Coast & Countryside.


Brean Down - Fort volunteers

Become the public face of the National Trust at this very popular site. Help to promote the site and share insights about the site’s archaeology, history, wildlife value and management.