Volunteer at Gunby Hall and Gardens

Welcome host volunteer pointing the way at Gunby

We could not operate without our small army of volunteers. We currently have vacancies for welcome hosts, room guides and garden hosts.

Room guides

Welcoming our visitors with a smile and information about our collection is what room guides do best. Training and induction is provided on the job. The minimum commitment is two 3-hour shifts per month. Come and join our lovely team.

Download the role profile (PDF / 0.037109375MB) download

Download the registration form (PDF / 0.1328125MB) download

Room guide volunteers are always keen to learn more about Gunby's collection pieces
Room guide in Gunby's Ante Room

Garden hosts

Making sure our visitors enjoy the Gunby Gardens is the main task of our garden hosts. Helping with directions and giving some information about plants is also part of the role. Become part of our enthusiastic team.

Gunby garden host profile (PDF / 0.037109375MB) download

Download the registration form (PDF / 0.1328125MB) download

Garden host volunteers are trained to find out more about plants in the garden
Two Gunby team members chatting in the gardens

Welcome hosts

Help the visitor service team with greeting visitors in the reception area. At times you will be the first person our visitors meet, so your welcoming smile is very important.

Gunby welcome host profile (PDF / 0.0361328125MB) download

Download the registration form (PDF / 0.1328125MB) download

Welcome host volunteers scan member passes on arrival
Welcome host volunteer meeting and greeting at Gunby

Reasons to get involved

  •     boost confidence
  •     gain work experience
  •     have fun
  •     share skills
  •     meet new people
  •     new challenges
  •     help conserve our heritage


We love to welcome more members to the Gunby volunteer team
Gunby room guide badge

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