Volunteering opportunities in Yorkshire

You don't need to be an expert or a history buff to volunteer for the National Trust. If you've got enthusiasm and a bit of time to spare, we'd love to hear from you at any of the special places we look after in Yorkshire.

A volunteer delights a young visitor

Join the Beningbrough Hall team

Join our friendly team of volunteers and get involved with the work we do. From helping with stock merchandising, welcoming visitors, advertising events, maintaining our gardens or helping to develop new self-led experiences there could be something to interest you.

Volunteer helping children to make a bird feeder

Ways to join in at East Riddlesden Hall

At East Riddlesden Hall, volunteers donate over 12,000 hours of time every year. The team will soon be recruiting for next year's volunteers. See if there's something you can help out with.

Brimham Rocks Day Maker Ian

Would volunteering suit you?

Find out what's involved in volunteering at an extraordinary place like Brimham Rocks, and what opportunities there are to get involved.

Volunteers helping to install Folly at Fountains Abbey and Studley Royal

Volunteering at Fountains Abbey and Studley Royal

Our volunteers are so important in helping us look after Fountains Abbey. From mucking in at the bird hide to leading tours for visitors, we'll match your skills to our available roles so you can get involved.

A volunteer doing conservation work on Marsden Moor, West Yorkshire

Join the Marsden Moor team

Volunteers bring a huge number of skills to many areas of our work at Marsden Moor including plant groups, survey groups, patrols and marketing.

Three women sat on a step outside drinking Treasurers House

Join the Treasurer's House team

Get involved and support the work of the National Trust in York city centre. Volunteers are essential to help in all areas from room guiding to gardening.

A volunteer clears bracken on the coast

Volunteering on the Yorkshire Coast

A day of volunteer conservation work at our special place can involve anything from woodland work or fencing to dry stone walling, footpath repairs or biological surveys.

garden voluteer trimming the border near the tennis lawn

Join the Ormesby volunteering team

Try something new in 2017 and join the volunteering team at Ormesby Hall.