Many hands make Lyme work

Many hands make light work and in our case, many hands make Lyme work! Over 600 volunteers help to keep Lyme ticking and without their support, Lyme wouldn’t been the wonderful place it is.

Lyme's volunteers take on many roles including room guides, park rangers, gardeners and educational support, to name but a few. Volunteers not only assist in the running and upkeep of such a wonderful place but also play a key role in the essential conservation work required to maintain an historic house and deer park.

Volunteers carry out essential conservation work during the winter
A volunteer helps with winter clean at Lyme, Cheshire

People volunteer at Lyme for different reasons; to learn new skills, make new friends, to become part of friendly team or to gain experience for future employment.

Volunteer Recruitment Day

If you would like to chat to one of the team about possibly volunteering opportunities at Lyme, why not come along to the Volunteer Recruitment Day on Saturday 14 January 2017. Call in to the estate office at the house, any time between 10am - 12pm. This is a lovely opportunity to meet the departments and hear more about all our various volunteer roles.

Start your New Year with some volunteering that makes a difference and become part of a community that turns in to an extended family.

For more info about any of the roles, just get in touch and we can send you our role profiles. You can contact us on 01663 761420 or email lymepark@nationaltrust.org.uk