Current volunteering opportunities
We are currently seeking help with the following tasks:
Volunteer Friends Co-ordinators
We’re looking to recruit two volunteers to work collaboratively with the existing volunteer to administer and manage the Friends of Landmark supporter scheme. In addition to managing day-to-day communications with members and administration for upcoming events, the role will involve organising and hosting events, including guided tours, visits to interesting and unusual venues, and house shares held at our properties. The role would suit someone with great interpersonal and communications skills, as well as office and organisational experience. The role can be undertaken on a flexible basis although we are seeking a regular commitment of at least six hours per week, based at our head office at Shottesbrooke.
To find out more about the role please click here
To apply for this role please complete the Application Form (available in PDF format and as a Word document) and email [email protected] or send by post.
If you would like any more information, please get in touch with Theresa Jones via email.
Volunteers for Crownhill Fort
We are recruiting volunteers to help with the following at Crownhill Hill:
• Conservation work including painting, site management and refurbishment of historic timber, stonework and weaponry. A group of volunteers meet every Tuesday between 10am and 2pm, volunteers can also be accommodated on other weekdays.
• Curatorial work in the museum displays. This includes cataloguing, collection management and stewarding.
• Help with open days, school visits and private tours. Volunteers greet our visitors as they arrive, interact with them in and around the site, curate exhibitions and run stalls with Landmark Trust merchandise
If you live locally and think you might be able to help please do get in touch via email.
Volunteers needed to help man Belmont Information Rooms
There is an information display about the history of Belmont and its past residents in the stables on the site (the house is not accessible). The stable opens from 2pm-5pm each Friday from 1 April to 31 October (providing volunteer cover is available).
We are very lucky to already have a small group of volunteers but we need more memebers of the team to help cover all Fridays throughout the season. Perhaps you are a student coming home for the summer and would like to add some volunteer hours to your CV which relate to History and Architecture or perhaps you are local and interested in sharing the story of Belmont with others. We would be delighted to have you in the team so do please email your interest via email.
PLEASE NOTE: Even if you have already registered with us to volunteer, you still need to apply for volunteer vacancies as they appear if you are interested. (We are a small team and cannot follow up with individuals about specific openings). If you have signed up for the monthly Volunteer Email this will alert you to any new volunteer positions posted on the website. Thank you.
Sign up for our Llywn Celyn Community History Project
It doesn’t matter whether you are an experienced researcher or a complete novice – all you need is an interest in history and in finding our more about your lovely valley. We’d love existing members of the local history societies to come along as we know there has been much great work done already. This is a chance to stitch it all together. What we all discover will help us decide how best to restore and present the Llwyn Celyn site.
To find out more Click here for the latest news on Llwyn Celyn
If you’d like to be part of the Llwyn Celyn History Project, please email to let us know via [email protected] and please spread the word.
Llywn Celyn Craftsman or Subcontractor
If you are a local craftsman or subcontractor and would like to express an interest in being involved with the restoration works at Llwyn Celyn, please email your details and an outline CV to [email protected].
Share your talents with us!
While our buildings speak for themselves, we love enriching our Open Days with additional activities – storytelling, music, dance, Living History, artworks, craft demonstrations….. If you have a talent you’d be willing to volunteer for an Open Day or belong to a group who would join in, please let us know via [email protected].