Volunteering in the East of England
Making new friends, working in amazing places, and knowing that you're helping a great cause - just three great reasons to volunteer with the National Trust in the East of England.
Volunteer at Dunstable Downs
Volunteer with a view at Dunstable Downs - with our festivals, guided walks and kite flying, if you love the outdoors, come along and meet the team.
Volunteer at Anglesey Abbey
We have lots of ways you can help us look after Anglesey Abbey and it's beautiful gardens. Whether your interest lies inside or out, check out some of the opportunities available.
Volunteer at Houghton Mill
Ever fancied volunteering at a working mill? Now you can at Houghton, where the traditions of milling is kept alive by our volunteer team.
Volunteer at Wicken Fen
Join the team at the Trust's first ever nature reserve - what better opportunity to spend your days surrounded by incredible wildlife and end them with a stunning view of a fen sunset.
Volunteer at Wimpole
The team at Wimpole are gearing up for another busy year. We're looking for visitor welcome volunteers, garden guides, plant sales volunteers and even tractor ride conductors!
Volunteer at Paycocke's or Grange Barn
Are you looking for somewhere to volunteer in Essex, why not join our team that help look after Paycocke's House and Garden or Grange Barn in Coggeshall?
Volunteer at Blickling Estate
Volunteering at the National Trust is a rewarding experience where you'll be helping to conserve the nation's most beautiful places - and Blickling certainly is special.
Volunteer at Horsey Windpump
Horsey Windpump recently re-opened following major restoration work, to bring it back to its former glory and we’re seeking volunteers to help us bring our project to life.
Volunteer at Felbrigg Hall
Our volunteers are the lifeblood of Felbrigg. Without them we couldn't fulfill our conservation work and visitors would miss their valuable contibution in bringing places like this to life.
Volunteer on the Norfolk Coast
Choose from helping to deliver our children's activities or apply for one of our six month volunteer placements at Brancaster Activity Centre on the beautiful Norfolk coast.
Volunteer at Oxburgh Hall
With a major roof restoration now underway at Oxburgh Hall, it's a really exciting to volunteer at this hidden gem in Norfolk and there are lots of new opportunities to get involved.
Volunteer at Sheringham Park
Help us care for a landscape that its designer, Humphry Repton, described as having more natural beauty than any place he had ever seen.
Volunteer at Ickworth
We've volunteers from all sorts of backgrounds helping us look after Ickworth. Whatever you'd like to achieve and be it a one-off or a longer term commitment for yourself, we'd love you to be part of it.
Volunteer at Lavenham Guildhall
Situated in the picture postcard village of Lavenham, the Guildhall is very much at the heart of this Suffolk community.
Volunteer at Melford Hall
Sometimes volunteering can take you by surprise. Our research volunteers went all the way to the National Archives at Kew, chasing an elusive story about our past.
Volunteer at Orford Ness
We hope you have your sea legs, as you'll have to catch the boat to volunteer at Orford Ness. But what a place to volunteer, perfect for those with an interest in history or nature.
Volunteer at Sutton Hoo
Become part of our friendly volunteer team at Sutton Hoo, where we recently transformed the experience for visitors. From a tour guide to a member of the outdoors team, we've a role for you.
Volunteer with Suffolk National Trust Volunteers
If you enjoy the outdoors, the Suffolk National Trust Volunteers (a National Trust affiliated volunteer group) help our ranger teams at places like Dunwich, Flatford, and Ickworth with a range of tasks including tree planting, coppicing and fence building.