Volunteer at Ilam, Dovedale and the White Peak
Volunteers play a huge role in caring for this special place. You can get up to all sorts when volunteering with us. You don't need to be the outdoors type either as we have retail and catering opportunities too.
There are a wide range of volunteer roles within the Peak District, including gardeners, baking assistants, fungi monitors and photographers. You can view all of the current opportunities in the Peak District and at other local National Trust properties here.
As well as our working holidays we also have not-for-profit groups do some conservation work with us, staying in our bunkhouse at a reduced rate.
Are you part of a scout group, an education group or similar? Email us for more details.
Join a group
Thinking about volunteering and want to be part of a regular group?
The Mudlarks National Trust Volunteer group is a voluntary association of National Trust members and volunteers founded in 1990. They gets their hands dirty with practical conservation tasks in the Peak District.
The South Derbyshire National Trust Volunteer Group spend a day a month carrying out practical conservation tasks at Ilam Park throughout the year. If you enjoy hands on tasks and teamwork then do get in touch.
To find out more about the Mudlarks or South Derbyshire NTV please call Debbie Webster on 01335 350503 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Long term volunteering
For a great start to your career join us in the Peak District to gain a year's invaluable work experience. This opportunity is the perfect option for a sandwich year at university or college.