Volunteering on Marsden Moor

Volunteers repair a moorland path with flagstones

There are more than 70 dedicated volunteers at Marsden Moor who are involved in all aspects of conserving the moorland. From habitat conservation to updating our social media, growing and selling plants to leading guided walks across the moors; volunteers play a huge part in supporting the small National Trust team at Marsden Moor.

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

Becoming a volunteer on Marsden Moor

Giving up time to volunteer is rewarding work and is crucial for us to continue to protect and conserve this special landscape that we love. We're always looking for new faces to come and join us, and there's a variety of ways you can get involved. Take a look at some of the volunteer roles below.

Walkers with dogs on Marsden Moor Estate, West Yorkshire

Walk leader volunteers

Our walk leaders run guided walks on Marsden Moor throughout the year. From short, family-friendly strolls, to more challenging hikes, being a walk leader is a chance to share your knowledge of the landscape with others.

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