Volunteering in Lincolnshire and South Nottinghamshire

Volunteering with us is a great way to meet new people, learn new skills, and get close to the special places and collections we care for, and bring them to life for our visitors.

Volunteer pianist in the music room

Volunteer at Gunby Hall and Gardens

We couldn't work without our dedicated team of volunteers that help us run and look after Gunby Hall and Gardens. Take a look at current volunteer opportunities and how to get involved in joining the team.

Medieval fabric

The Costumed Interpretation Project at Tattershall Castle

A group of enthusiastic volunteers who love to sew, affectionately known as the Tattershall Tailors, have been making elegant costumes to wow and amaze. As part of the Costumed Interpretation Project this sewing group are creating a wardrobe of historical costume befitting of high status life in a late Medieval castle.

View of the garden lodge from the front door

Volunteering at Lyveden

Volunteering is a chance to enjoy new experiences, make friends, learn skills, broaden your knowledge and share your enthusiasm!

Volunteer gardeners in The Workhouse garden

Volunteer at The Workhouse

From being a room guide to gardening, there's a role to suit everyone and we always welcome new faces to our friendly team of helpers.

Belton House Library

Volunteer at Belton House

Whether you're looking to help in the great outdoors, connect with the public or get up close and personal with Belton, we have an exciting opportunity for you.

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Volunteer at Woolsthorpe Manor

Our volunteers make all the difference. So whether you have a passion for science, an interest in history or find joy in serving cake, we have all sorts of roles on offer.