Are you looking for something different when it comes to volunteering? Do you have a green thumb and love spending time in the garden?
We are currently looking for people to help keep the gardens at our heritage places in tip top shape. Come along to an information session to hear from current volunteers about what they do and why they love it.
You will learn about our places, find out more about the National Trust, what our aspirations are for the gardens and have the opportunity to explore the grounds and maybe even get your hands a little dirty.
If you decide to become a volunteer, the National Trust will provide you with formal training.
Register for an information session
Sessions will be held from 10am –12pm at the following locations and dates.
Friday 13 August: Samson House, 61 Ellen Street, Fremantle. Register for this session.
Wednesday 18 August: Strawberry Hill / Barmup, 174 Middleton Road, Albany. Register for this session.
Friday 20 August: Woodbridge, Ford Street, Woodbridge (near Guildford). Register for this session.
Sunday 22 August: Old Blythewood, Southwest Highway, Pinjarra. Register for this session.
Light refreshments will be provided.
Volunteers need to complete a national police clearance, which will be paid for by the National Trust. Volunteers must have a mobile phone, an email address and be comfortable using computers. Volunteers in these roles need to be able to make a regular commitment.
Future volunteering opportunities
If this opportunity isn’t quite right for you or you want to find out about future opportunities, check our volunteering page for information on future recruitment sessions.
We look forward to seeing you at one of these sessions!
A good seed for the day!