|From House Tour Guides to Kitchen Gardeners|
Volunteers play an important part at Chiswick House and Gardens
Volunteers play an important part at Chiswick House and Gardens whether as Tour Guides bringing the villa to life, Goosefoot Volunteers taming neglected areas of the gardens or Kitchen Gardeners providing a wonderful community resource in the walled garden.
Volunteer teams include:
If you are interested in becoming a volunteer click here to register your interest.
The Volunteer Service at Chiswick House and Gardens has expanded so rapidly the Chiswick House and Gardens Trust are creating a new part time Volunteer Manager post.
"With upwards of 200 volunteers already regularly involved and many others keen to join, the service needs a dedicated manager," says Trust Director, Sarah Finch-Crisp.
Local volunteers including the well established ‘Goosefoot’ group, kitchen gardeners, conservatory stewards, house guides and event volunteers make a tremendous contribution to the care and presentation of this famous heritage site; the new post will be key to their development and the general smooth running of the site.
So if you are a superbly organised local person with great communication and management skills and you think you could really make a difference in this role, the Chiswick House and Gardens Trust would love to hear from you. Further details can be found here.