A tourist attraction near Bridgnorth is looking for volunteers who have a passion for the past to join them.
National Trust-run property Dudmaston Hall, near Quatt, a few miles south of Bridgnorth, has a range of opportunities for people willing to learn new skills and knowledge while inspiring others.
A volunteer recruitment day is being held at Dudmaston on Sunday 12 March 2023, 11am-4pm. Entry to the property is free to those attending the drop-in event.
Gow Gibson, Operations Manager at Dudmaston Hall said: “Life is one long adventure and we’d love to join in with your next one. Come along to the drop-in recruitment day to talk to the team, ask questions and discuss the various opportunities we’ve got on offer.’
“Dudmaston is an incredible place to volunteer, with such a diverse offer. From art galleries to miles of countryside walking routes, there’s a place at the property to suit everyone.”
“Whether you want to put years of skills and experience towards our cause or just want to try something brand new, we’ll have a role to suit you.
“Whatever your interest or enthusiasm, there’s sure to be an opportunity for you to help with the vital work of keeping Dudmaston special forever, for everyone.
There are positions open indoors and out. The team is looking for house and gallery guides to share stories with visitors about the people who lived at Dudmaston, as well as the objects and artworks in the collection.
Perhaps you’re already a regular dog walker in Comer Woods, part of the Dudmaston Estate. Could you monitor footpaths, checking any signage and facilities along the way?
The property is also looking for welcome volunteers to help give each visitor an enjoyable and memorable visit, as well as people to give their time in food and beverage and at seasonal events.
For more information about the Volunteer recruitment day at Dudmaston, visit https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/visit/shropshire-staffordshire/dudmaston.