Volunteering with Landmark

We welcome committed volunteers to help with any aspect of our work. Regular volunteering and occasional internships will be based at our Shottesbrooke office in Berkshire. There are occasional volunteer possibilities based locally around an individual Landmark or event and in such cases we will post them here.

 

If you are interested in registering as a volunteer, please download a volunteer registration form, fill it in and post it back to us or return it as a signed document by email to volunteers@landmarktrust.org.uk

 

Lundy also has its own volunteer programme assisting with the island’s ongoing conservation management or helping with the day to day running. Find out more by contacting warden@lundyisland.co.uk.

Current volunteering opportunities

We are currently seeking help with the following tasks:

Volunteer Friends' Co-ordinators

The Landmark Trust is seeking two volunteer Friends’ Co-ordinators to work collaboratively with the existing volunteer to administer and manage the Friends of Landmark supporter scheme.  You would assist with the growth of memberships through a stimulating and appealing programme of events and the continued development of the scheme overall.

The role would suit someone who is interested in using their office and organisational skills in a rewarding and worthwhile way, to benefit the work of a charity.  The role can be undertaken on a flexible basis although we shall be seeking a regular commitment of at least six hours per week, but more would be preferable, based at our attractive rural offices in Shottesbrooke Park.  As well as general administration, event planning and delivery at locations around the country will be required, and it would be an advantage if you were able to attend some of these.  Good interpersonal and communications skills will be essential.

Click here for the job description.

Application Closes on the 20 July 2015


Volunteers for busy Marketing Department

The Landmark Trust marketing team are seeking volunteers to help with a variety of interesting marketing and fundraising projects and day to day tasks. Assisting with the development of printed marketing /fundraising materials, photo library coordination, despatch of marketing materials to Landmarks and day to day marketing administration.

The ideal Candidate’s personality and qualifications:

    A bright and enthusiastic individual seeking to gain entry into marketing

    Confidence in both written and verbal communication.

    Ability to work within a team.

    Excellent time keeping skills, and attention to detail.

    Previous experience or study within the area of marketing desirable.

This is an ideal role for a recent university / college graduate, or a current university student. Other applicants are welcome to apply and will still be considered for this position.

If this sounds interesting to you, apply today. Please email Epercival@landmarktrust.org.uk


Volunteers for monthly Open Days at Crownhill Fort

Crownhill Fort opens to the public on the last Friday of each month, usually between midday and 6pm. Volunteers are required to help with duties at the on the gate and directing visitors, spend time in the museums to help our guests understand and interact with the displays and assist with the tunnel tours that are always so popular.If you live locally and think you might be able to help please do get in touch 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 viaLCelyn@landmarktrust.org.uk telling us which session you’d like attend and please spread the word.


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 volunteers@landmarktrust.org.uk.