Our volunteers

Volunteers repair a moorland path with flagstones

We have over 70 dedicated volunteers at Marsden Moor who are involved in all aspects of our work. From habitat conservation to updating our social media, growing and selling plants to leading guided walks across the moors; the skills and knowledge brought by our volunteers feed into much of the work we do. With a small staff team, volunteers play a huge part in what we can achieve.

By becoming a part of the volunteering team you’ll be able to learn new things, enhance your CV, try new activities and make friends all whilst sharing your skill-set and teaching others. With such a variety of volunteer roles, there’s something to suit all interests.

Our plant sales raise vital funds and wouldn't be possible without the help of our volunteers
two volunteers accept money for payment of plants at our spring plant fair
Our plant sales raise vital funds and wouldn't be possible without the help of our volunteers

Volunteering is rewarding work and our volunteers know that the time they choose to share with us plays a crucial role in helping us to continue to protect and conserve the special landscape that we love. We couldn’t do it without them.

" After retiring I joined the Monday conservation group. What a privilege it is to be saving the moorland landscape with like-minded colleagues from all walks of life."
- Alan Schofield

Get involved

If you think you might be interested in volunteering with the National Trust at Marsden Moor, you can find all our volunteer vacancies online and on our Facebook page.


Corporate volunteering or Employer supported volunteering?

Get your team away from the office and help one of your local National Trust sites.
For more information please contact the team marsdenmoor@nationaltrust.org.uk

Supporter groups in West Yorkshire

Why not join an Association or Centre near you to get more from your local National Trust. By joining a group you can take part in special interest talks, visits, fundraising events and more.