How our volunteers make our places

Our volunteers in Warwickshire are a very important part of our team. Without them, there would be few people to welcome you or tell you about the places we care for, few people to work in the garden creating the beautiful spectacles year after year, few people to take photos, update our website and tell you all about what's going on. In fact, we rely on our volunteers to keep us going. Thank you to each and every one.

Visitors in the Great Hall

Packwood's volunteers tell their own story 

Hear what some of our volunteers say about helping at Packwood, and find out how you could join the team.

Volunteers in front of Baddesley at the Antiques Roadshow

Read what Baddesley Clinton's volunteers have to say 

There are many ways you can help us as a volunteer. You could work in the house, in the garden, the shop or the restaurant. Find out how you can become a volunteer.

Two staff in front of a large model dolls' house inside the house

Crafting volunteers needed for special project at Upton 

Upton House invites visitors to furnish a special made-to-measure doll's house. Our doll's house project celebrates the craftsmanship, artistic vision and devotion that Lord and Lady Bearsted, their architect, workforce and staff invested in the remodeling of Upton between 1927 and 1936.

Charlecote's Twelve Days of Christmas cake created by one of our volunteers

Jana's story at Charlecote 

Take a look at how one of our volunteers created an imposing Twelve Days of Christmas cake for us and what volunteering means for her.

Visit Birmingham

Birmingham and its surrounds are a place of contrast, from the urban reality of the Back to Backs and the Roundhouse to the open countryside at Clent..

Volunteer at Birmingham Back to Backs

Interested in volunteering at Birmingham Back to Backs? Send us an email to find out what opportunities are available and how you can get involved.