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 read our volunteer policy and then complete the following form:

Alternatively, you can download a volunteer registration form, fill it in and post it back to us or return it as a signed document by email to [email protected]

Lundy also has its own volunteer programme assisting with the islands ongoing conservation management or helping with the day to day running. Find out more take a look at their dedicated webpages by clicking here

Current volunteering opportunities

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. 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.


Himalayan Balsam Clearance, Knowle Hill, Derbyshire

We will be continuing with our programme of work to tackle the Himalayan Balsam invasion in the valley at Knowle Hill. Please email [email protected] for more information.

If you think you might be able to help please do get in touch via email.


Garden Maintenance at Astley Castle, Warwickshire

Our ongoing maintenance of the moat, knot garden and shrubbery requires volunteers. This includes a range of tasks including weeding, slashing nettles, trimming overhanging trees and clearing deadwood from access paths. 

Please do get in touch via email if you think you are able to help.


Volunteer for Crownhill Fort

A tour guide for open days and school visits held throughout the year. 

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're looking for volunteers to cover Friday afternoons 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.


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…..

Perhaps you're a budding photographer who would be willing to document open days for us..?

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].

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