Volunteering at Mottisfont

Volunteer outdoor guides at Mottisfont, Hampshire

Join our ever-growing group of volunteers and help make Mottisfont more enjoyable for all our visitors.

A dedicated team


Mottisfont has more than 400 volunteers. This band of men and women has one thing in common: they want to be part of our work in looking after this unique house, garden and estate.

Enthusiasm and interest are the main requirements of the role.

If you'd like to join the team, please get in contact by email or call 01794 341564.

Volunteering is a great way to meet new people
Volunteer stands smiling by the window at West Wycombe Park

Volunteer as a room and gallery guide
 

We've so much history to share with people. Join our house volunteer team and you can chat to visitors about all the interesting people who once lived here as well as the facinating art collection in the house and up in the gallery.

Email to find out more about volunteering as a room and gallery guide
 

Outdoor volunteer guides

Love the great outdoors? They set off on tours around the gardens and our historic duck walk, helping visitors spot the varied flora and fauna around the estate.

Email to find out more about joining our outdoor guides
 

Work in one of England's most famous rose gardens
A smiling garden volunteer at Mottisfont, Hamsphire

Countryside volunteers

If you're more active, then why not get stuck in with our countryside team and help keep the estate running smoothly? You can even make charcoal, which we sell here at Mottisfont.

Email to find out more about volunteering in the countryside

For bookworms

We've a splendid second-hand bookshop looked after completely by volunteers. You could help sort out the stock and sell books on a range of topics, fact and fiction.

Email to find out more about helping out in our bookshop

Buggy driving

Buggy drivers get to chat to all kinds of visitors
A volunteer buggy driver at Mottisfont, Hampshire

If you love chatting to people and feeling the wind in your hair, then join our lively team of buggy drivers.

Email to find out more about becoming a buggy driver

South Hants volunteers

Established in 1982, the South Hampshire National Trust Volunteers have a passion to conserve our countryside. They work on projects ranging from bridge building and tree planting to wildlife surveys and monitoring.

Get in touch with the SHNTV

Volunteering makes for a great shared experience
Volunteers clearing bracken with traditional tools