Volunteering at Greys Court
Since it was founded in 1895 the National Trust has been a volunteer-based organisation. Now nearly 60,000 people give their time to us. Here at Greys Court, most of the people you meet when you visit us will be volunteers, who are vital to ensuring you all have a great day out.
Support the National Trust by volunteering with us, and you can really make a difference. It's also a great opportunity to make new friends, learn new skills, and develop new interests, while helping us to protect one of the many beautiful places we look after.
If you just want to try something different, volunteering experience can look great on your CV and help develop your career.
Volunteer room guides help visitors to enjoy and learn more about Greys Court, playing a key role in making visits inspiring and engaging. Volunteer room guides also help by playing a part in safeguarding the house and its collection.
Calling all housekeepers - do you love historic houses and interiors? We are looking for housekeeping assistants who will enjoy helping to keep one of the Trust’s special places looking its best, so that visitors can continue to enjoy it well into the future.
Weekend Car Park Welcome Volunteers
Volunteer car parkers help to create a warm and friendly welcome on arrival to Greys Court. They will help with getting cars parked in an efficient and effective manner, and help out the Visitor Reception welcome team with any other appropriate tasks.