Interested in joining the Sheringham Park team?

The passion, diversity, skills and experience of our volunteers is invaluable. Without their support we wouldn't be able to conserve the park for future generations.

Help us to look after this special place

  • Join our friendly group of volunteers and staff
  • Our volunteer co-ordinator will help you to settle into your chosen role
  • Work in a beautiful environment with great colleagues
  • Feel good about doing something worthwhile and know that you're helping our visitors have a great day out
  • Bring the estate to life and make Sheringham Park special

What’s in it for you?

  • Meet new people and make new friends
  • Get real job satisfaction; access to a wide variety of interesting roles/projects
  • Learn new skills and receive training or share your knowledge
  • Regular social events
  • After 50 hours of volunteering you will get a volunteer card which gives free admission to NT properties and discounts in our shops and restaurants.

Interested in joining us?

Have you the enthusiasm that will help us run the park and protect this special place? Why not play a part and make a difference by joining our growing number of volunteers?

The Estates team

The main group of estate volunteers meet on Fridays, some chose to come in on other days. They work on a range of interesting tasks from gardening to clearing Rhododendrons to making pathways and helping with events. You need to be fairly fit and enjoy working outdoors.

Wood/metal work

We are always keen to get more volunteers who would like to help with metal and woodworking tasks all around the park. Our industrious volunteers are kept busy working on a wide range of projects.


Prefer to work indoors? Help in our visitor reception, shop or Courtyard Café. You’ll make a big difference meeting our visitors and helping to give them a memorable day out.

Guided walks

We offer varied guided walks, throughout the year, ranging from history of the park to archaeology and wildlife. Could you act as a guide or help visitors on the walks? You don't need to have an in-depth knowledge, most of us learn from listening to the guide.

Outdoor classroom

Rob Coleman, our Learning Leader, has a team of volunteers to help with our Forest School and school visits. We can help stimulate children’s learning with a fun and enlightening day out in the park.
The safety of our staff, volunteers, visitors and supporters is our top concern and in accordance with Government guidelines on social distancing, our houses, shops, cafes, gardens and parks are now closed, and from March 24 all of our car parks will close. However, many will be grateful for support when they reopen. If you are interested in volunteering, please keep checking for future opportunities.