Join the Wimpole team

Volunteer Gardeners in the glasshouse potting on seedlings

We rely on volunteers to help us open the estate to visitors and to conserve it for everyone to enjoy.

Volunteer

Volunteers help us with welcoming visitors, gardening and wildlife conservation, they also help with guided tours around the garden, hall, park; help with school groups at the farm and some even muck out the pigs.
 

Jobs at Wimpole

Working here at Wimpole you will help everyone to have a great experience at an extraordinary place and enjoy some great benefits too, including free entry at our properties.
 

Centres and associations

 
Interested in making the most of the National Trust near you?
 
Why not join your local supporter group, Royston and Saffron Walden Association, to enjoy special interest talks, visits, holidays, social and fundraising events?
 

Cambridge National Trust Volunteers

Thinking about volunteering and want to be part of a group?
 
Get hands-on through organising conservation days and weekend events with the Cambridge National Trust Volunteer group.
 

Try volunteering

At Wimpole we have many varied volunteering opportunities for people of all ages. Volunteering allows you to:
  • Learn new skills
  • Meet new people and make friends
  • Enjoy social events with the Wimpole Volunteer Club which has talks and trips throughout the year
  • Enhance your CV
 

Current Volunteering opportunities

We currently recruiting for Room Guides, Farm Experience Guides,  Gardeners (particulary with experience of allotments or growing and harvesting fruit and vegetables) and Grass Cutting Garden Volunteers. Please complete the registration form below if you are interested in any of these roles and  email it to us with the name of the department you are interested in volunteering. 
 
Download the Volunteer Registration Form  
 

Wimpole Volunteer Club

A club for Wimpole volunteers run by a volunteer committee. Recent talks included 'Exploring Scott', 'Cambridge', and ‘Treasure Island in the Fens'. Outings included Blenheim Palace and Sandringham.