Volunteering in Wales
Discover how you can make a difference and meet new people, by volunteering at one of the places we look after in Wales. From historic houses to mountains and coastlines, there are lots of different ways to get involved.
From the historic house to the 18th-century walled gardens and parkland, there’s a wide range of volunteer roles in Erddig’s friendly team.
Take on a new opportunity as a volunteer at Plas Newydd and become a valued member of the team.
Our volunteers are a vital part of the team at Penrhyn Castle. They support the conservation work and welcome visitors to the castle every day. If you are an enthusiastic and dedicated person, why not join our incredible team?
Join our great team of volunteers at Chirk Castle in Wales.
Volunteers at Llanerchaeron play an important role in caring for the villa and garden and providing visitors with a memorable experience.
Looking for a great way to spend your spare time, meet new people, and make a difference? Find out more about volunteering opportunities at Powis Castle in Wales.
We rely on volunteers to help with the many different areas of the garden we look after, which means there are plenty of interesting roles to consider.
There are several opportunities to volunteer in the Brecon Beacons. You can meet and greet visitors at Pont ar Daf car park or you can join the Lengths team and help the rangers repair upland footpaths.
Volunteer at Tredegar House and meet new people, learn new skills, and have new experiences in various roles – ranging from house host to parkland ranger.
Find out how you can get involved at Dyffryn Gardens and explore the different opportunities available.
The footpaths criss-crossing Pen Y Fan in the Brecon Beacons are subject to erosion and they are maintained by a team of National Trust rangers and volunteers using traditional techniques.