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Volunteering at Moseley Old Hall

The farmhouse seen over the Knot Garden at Moseley Old Hall, Staffordshire
The farmhouse seen over the Knot Garden at Moseley Old Hall, Staffordshire | © National Trust Images/James Dobson

Moseley Old Hall wouldn’t be the same without our team of brilliant volunteers. Whether helping in the garden, as a tour guide or in visitor reception there’s plenty to get stuck into. Discover how to get involved and what could be in it for you.

We’re looking for new ways for volunteers and local communities to get involved here at Moseley, in a safe and engaging way.

What roles are available at Moseley Old Hall?

Whether you’re looking to build your CV, keep busy in your retirement or give back to a cause you care about, we can find a role for you.

We have lots of roles available this year:

  • Outdoor family engagement volunteer
  • Gardens and grounds volunteer
  • House volunteering roles
  • Bookshop, fundraising and visitor welcome volunteers
  • Tea-room volunteer
  • Ranger team volunteer
  • Instant volunteer

What is instant volunteering?

Do you want to get involved here at Moseley Old Hall but can’t commit to a regular time? Instant volunteering may be just the thing for you.

Instant volunteering provides opportunities to get involved for one-off occasions, if you’re unable to commit your time, want to have a 'taste' of volunteering, or to help from home if you are not quite ready to get back out and about. This could be through craft or research projects.

A costumed interpreter dressed as a Roundhead soldier from the English Civil War, speaking with visitors at Moseley Old Hall, Staffordshire
Getting into character at Moseley Old Hall | © National Trust Images/James Dobson

Why join us?

There are lots of reasons to join us; making the move to volunteer could be the best decision you ever make.

  • Become part of a friendly and dedicated team
  • Meet people from all walks of life and forge new friendships
  • Utilise your existing skills and learn new ones
  • Strengthen your CV and help to develop your career
  • Enjoy the great outdoors
  • Learn about the history of this special place.

Volunteering open days

At our volunteer open days you’ll be able to have a hot drink and chat to the team about volunteering at Moseley, get to know the site through guided tours and even ‘fast track’ through the sign-up process.

Don't worry if you’re not ready to sign-up straight away, you’re welcome to take away volunteering information and sign-up sheets.

How to get involved

Come along to one of our volunteering open days or email the team to arrange a chat on

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