Skip to content

Volunteering at Llanerchaeron

A volunteer watering vegetables with a hose in the kitchen garden in May at Llanerchaeron
A volunteer watering the garden at Llanerchaeron | © National Trust Images/Ian Shaw

Volunteers at Llanerchaeron play an important role in caring for the villa and gardens and providing visitors with a memorable experience. Discover how you could put some of your free time to good use by joining the team.

What volunteers do

The dedicated and enthusiastic team of volunteers at Llanerchaeron make a huge contribution to the smooth running of the place. They help to maintain the garden, prepare the Villa for visitors and assist in running activities and events.

As well as regular shifts flexible volunteering opportunities are available, including with the raffle ticket team.

Opportunities for volunteer groups

There’s always something happening at Llanerchaeron and the need often arises for many hands to make light work of some of the bigger jobs. Get in touch if you are part of a group that’s keen to get involved.

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.

Get in touch about volunteering at Llanerchaeron

There are lots of different roles available at Llanerchaeron and the opportunities are always changing. You can find out which roles are available and apply online.

You might also be interested in


Conservation work at Llanerchaeron 

Conservation work has been taking place at Llanerchaeron to restore the pleasure grounds to their former glory and reinvigorate meadows and grassland.

The yellow exterior view of the house at Llanerchaeron, Wales

History of Llanerchaeron 

For over three centuries Llanerchaeron in Ceredigion was home to ten generations of the Lewis/Lewes family. Discover how each generation contributed to the estate as you see it today.

Llanerchaeron Spring garden

Visiting the Walled Garden at Llanerchaeron 

The Walled Garden at Llanerchaeron in Ceredigion has been growing delicious food for over 200 years. When you visit you can buy fresh produce to take home with you.

A white Georgian villa with a sweeping drive and green lawn to the front

Visiting the John Nash villa at Llanerchaeron 

Llanerchaeron’s Georgian villa created by architect John Nash makes the most of the views across the picturesque Aeron valley. Discover a complete service courtyard at the back of the house.