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Volunteering at Brimham Rocks

Children geocaching on Marsden Moor Estate, West Yorkshire. One holds a device, with a stream flowing in the background between rocks and grass
Looking for a geocache with a GPS | © National Trust Images/John Millar

Join the volunteering team at Brimham Rocks and you’ll have the opportunity to learn new skills, make new friends and inspire others while contributing to the story of this special place. Find out more about the volunteering opportunities available and how you can apply to join the team.

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.

Why volunteer at Brimham Rocks

Volunteer roles are really varied and there are many opportunities to get involved, no matter how much time you can offer.

From rebuilding a drystone wall and welcoming visitors in the car park, to helping improve the condition of this SSSI (Site of Special Scientific interest) site through a range of wildlife and nature conservation tasks, volunteers get hands on and creative, while making new friends and learning new skills.

Some benefits of volunteering

In return for your support, we offer reasonable out-of-pocket travel expenses for each time you're on duty. You’ll also meet like-minded people and have the chance to play a part in the ongoing history of this special place.

Moorland at Brimham Rocks
Good photos should be shared | © Paul Harris

Walking volunteer at Brimham

Are you passionate about walking and inspiring others to get active, outdoors and connect with nature? Join our team to deliver walks across our beautiful countryside around Brimham Rocks.

Geocaching volunteering at Brimham

As a National Trust volunteer, Pam Westley looks after a series of 13 geocaches hidden all around Brimham for visitors to discover. She tells us more about this activity, and why she loves it so much here.

'What I particularly love about geocaching is that it gives people the chance to visit places which they may not otherwise have visited. It’s also a great way to spice up walking in glorious countryside, particularly for children who may need convincing of the joys of walking.'

- Pam Westley, Brimham Rocks Volunteer

Get in touch about volunteering at Brimham Rocks

To find out more about how you can become a part of the volunteering team, contact Senior Volunteering & Community Officer Andrew Moss on 01765 643172 or andrew.moss@nationaltrust.org.uk.

You can also search ‘Brimham Rocks' on the National Trust volunteering website to find opportunities and apply or follow the link here Volunteer with us | National Trust

Thank you

Thank you to all our volunteers who give their time to support the National Trust in many different roles.

Stacked rock formation at Brimham Rocks, with blue sky above

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