Secure your place in history!
The Hall, gardens and grounds have been lovingly restored by our team of dedicated volunteers since 1980. We are always keen to welcome new enthusiastic people to help take care of our unique historic house and gardens and help open its doors to more visitors. Join our friendly volunteer team and share your existing experience and skills or learn new skills while you work in a beautiful setting.
We are currently taking on new visitor welcome and tea-room volunteers.
For information about work experience or student volunteering placements, please see here.
How to apply
If you are interested in volunteering at Middleton Hall & Gardens, please fill out our application form and return it to us. You can do this by emailing it to us at email@example.com or by post: Middleton Hall & Gardens, Middleton, Tamworth, B78 2AE.
Becoming a Trustee
As a charitable trust we are governed by our Board of Trustees we are currently recruiting for new trustees, if you would like more information please look at our leaflet on Becoming a Trustee
“Volunteering is not about individual achievement, its teamwork. The herb garden and Walled Garden have been transformed. I know exactly which parts I planted myself, like the poppies and the foxgloves, but that’s just a small part of it. Hearing visitors’ comments is useful and satisfying. Coming across wildlife whilst working is a bonus – hedgehogs, snakes, a variety of birds and insects. I would encourage others to volunteer here, especially if they want to try something new, meet different people, be part of a team and contribute to Middleton Hall’s survival and success. And we need their skills, knowledge and manpower!” – Paula, Gardens and Grounds Volunteer
“I like to get involved in events such as Plant Hunters’ Fair, Middleton Motors Monthly and seasonal events in the winter. The variety of tasks I undertake include: selling plants, fruit and jams grown and/or made on site; selling drinks and snacks to visitors and welcoming visitors into the Hall on Front of House. I work full-time but I started volunteering at Middleton Hall on some weekends because it’s fun and I feel like I am making a difference to the charity. It is very satisfying knowing that Middleton-produced plants and produce are making a small amount of money that gets invested back into the Trust. I would most certainly recommend volunteering to others as it is fulfilling, enjoyable and you meet lots of interesting people.” Mary, Events Volunteer