Volunteering at Goddards
Volunteers also play a key role in allowing us to look for new and exciting ways to develop this fledgling property and we're always looking for more. Whether you've got green fingers, a friendly face, or a talent for story-telling, we can put your skills to good use.
Volunteer Recruitment Morning
Thursday 6 February 2020, 10am - 12 noon
Drop in to meet members of the team and find out a little more about the roles on offer and where your skills might be best placed.
We are particularly looking for volunteers to help with welcoming visitors on arrival, experience volunteers especially on weekends and pianists to add some music to the house.
Visitor Experience Volunteer
Our knowledgeable visitor experience volunteers are essential in bringing Goddards to life and provide the first port of call for our visitors. They chat to guests about the fascinating life of the Terry family, encouraging them to share their own memories of the property whilst ensuring the safety and protection of the house and its contents.
Tea Room Host
Our friendly Tea Room Hosts help recreate the warm and inviting atmosphere of the old Terry dining room, whilst offering great customer service to guests. Most of all, the Tea Room Hosts enjoy sharing stories about this intimate environment, explaining the role of food and fine dining in the Terry household.
Our team of dedicated gardeners are responsible for the maintenance and development of the formal and informal gardens at Goddards. Their role often involves traditional gardening activities such as planting new trees and flowers, pruning seasonal borders or mowing the lawn.
To find out more about all the above roles and more, contact us 01904 771930 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Volunteering with the National Trust is a fantastic way to boost your skills, meet new people and get involved in your local community.
Share something unusual
Do you possess a hidden talent that you would like to share? Whether you're an avid chocolatier, passionate about circus skills or have an eye for flower arranging, we would love to hear from you.
Prefer to be behind the scenes?
There are a variety of ways you could get invovled to support the teams behind the scenes. Skills needed here include good communication, organisation and depending on the role confidence with computers. You could get invovled in general administration, project work or become part of the marketing team.
Join the York Association
York Association of the National Trust
share a passion for supporting local properties through social activities, walks, trips & events. National Trust members & non-members equally welcome.