Volunteer at Tyntesfield

Making new friends, working in an amazing place and knowing that you're helping a great cause - three fabulous reasons to get volunteering.

With one of the largest volunteer teams in the National Trust, Tyntesfield is a unique place to get involved.

Our volunteers help with everything from gardening to catering, and from  house tours to conserving the collection...

Some of our current roles

Families practicing their dancing at Tyntesfield

Volunteering this Christmas

Fancy playing a part in Tyntesfield's Very Victorian Christmas? We're looking for volunteers to become costumed characters to bring Christmas in the house to life.

Tyntesfield bus driver volunteer

Bus driver

We're looking for drivers who can commit to a four hour shift, once a week. The bus runs seven days a week and helps people get around the 540 acre estate, and helps us reach our goal of keeping places special forever for everyone.

A volunter room guide at Tyntesfield

House visitor experience

We're looking for friendly and welcoming people to bring the house to life for our visitors. You'll help share the story and make sure everyone gets to experience the house at its best. Every day is different, and there'll be opportunities to get involved with special occasions, including Tyntesfield's Very Victorian Christmas.

How do I apply?

To see all our current roles please click here.

If you have a specific skill or interest that isn’t reflected in the role descriptions and want to speak to someone about donating your time please send us an email or call us on 01275 461967.

" I love this quirky and enchanting place and not just the House; the grounds, the woodland and the general lie of the land all provide a perfect backdrop to the House. Enthusing our visitors with a similar feeling is very rewarding, so I try to talk about Tyntesfield and its people with humour, hopefully bringing smiles to their faces. "
- Dave Chillistone, Room Interpreter

Say hello to some of our volunteers...


What happens next?

Once you've applied for a role that you like to sound of, we'll invite you in for an informal interview to meet members of the relevant team. This is a chance to tell us why you’d like to be involved and find out the details of what volunteering at Tyntesfield looks like. 

If your interview is successful you'll be invited to start volunteering with the team. For your role specific induction you will shadow experienced volunteers to build your knowledge and confidence in the role. 

All new staff and volunteers are invited to attend one of our monthly ‘Welcome Days’ to give you the information you need to get off to a great start.