The National Trust was founded in 1895 by three remarkable volunteers, and thanks to them our vision to care for special places for ever for everyone is very much alive today.
Roles and opportunities
As a volunteer at Florence Court the roles are endless. Our volunteers are involved in all aspects of the place, from being outdoors looking after the estate and working on our vegetable garden to helping indoors, taking part in conservation projects and administration. Lots of our volunteers are involved in visitor facing roles as meeter-greeters, tour guides, and in the second-hand bookshop. Our volunteers are also heavily involved in our programme of events throughout the year - previous roles have included everything from stewarding a pet show to pumpkin carving!
Volunteering at Florence Court gives you the chance to meet people from all walks of life, not just the visitors who come to see us, but also your fellow volunteers - it’s the perfect way to meet like-minded people and make new friends.
Volunteering fact file
There are over 150 volunteers with the National Trust in Fermanagh
There's a range of benefits for volunteers, including free entry to National Trust places.
Residential opportunities for long-term volunteers
Opportunities for learning which will develop your CV
Follow the link below and search 'Florence Cour't to find out about our current available opportunites.