Volunteer with us and get behind the scenes!

Ever wondered what being a volunteer at Charlecote was really like? We’re offering you the chance to meet some of our current volunteers and staff from the Park at our forthcoming drop-in events.

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Our Volunteer Recruitment Team are holding some very casual Drop In Sessions here at Charlecote on various days through the winter.We’ll have information about the different roles we have on offer. Whether you want to take information away to mull it over or you are keen to get your volunteering journey started, we’ll be able to help!

If you’ve been reading our blog for a while, you may recall we ran similar drop in sessions last year as we were gearing up to increase our opening hours. Some of those people who came along on the days have now completed their first season as a volunteer and they will also be on hand to give you an honest insight into how the have found volunteering with the National Trust.

From costumed kitchen work to room guiding, leading talks to helping in the shop, we have roles to suit many different interest groups.

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Do you have skills that would really make a difference to us and our visitors? Call in and find out more about the roles we have on offer to volunteers? Just pop by on these days at any time.

  • Tuesday 3rd December 11.00-3.00
  • Monday 9th December 11.00-3.00
  • Saturday 11th January 11.00-3.00
  • Thursday 23rd January 11.00-3.00

There will be tea and coffee on offer, a friendly welcome and we might even be able to stretch to a biscuits or two….

Don’t forget to check out the wonderful new Heritage Volunteering Portal too. It has many roles across the area which might appeal!

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