At Glastonbury Abbey we have a large number of volunteers who contribute to the running of the abbey across all areas in a wide range of roles. Some of these roles include working on our welcome desk, on educational activities, at our events, on our collections, in our gardens, and with our wildlife.
Whilst volunteering at the abbey you not only get to learn about the abbey's history, archaeology and architecture, but you also get to be part of a large, friendly team.
We hold occasional social events for volunteers throughout the year. Volunteers receive training, a membership after a specified number of hours and also discount in the abbey shop, and café. As a volunteer you are also included in our membership scheme with access to special events/occasions within the abbey as well as a quarterly newsletter. There is also the possibility of free entry to special events.
If you are interested in applying to become a volunteer or if you would like more information on volunteering at Glastonbury Abbey, please contact Kath Brooks, Volunteer Coordinator, either by phone or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Share your skills and knowledge
- Learn new things
- Make new friends
- Strengthen your CV
- Be part of a team
What Our Volunteers Say
"No two days are the same. Great variety."
"A good place with an excellent atmosphere."
"I enjoy connecting with the public and being given the opportunity to learn more about history and everyday life in times gone by."
"I like the opportunity it gives me for meeting and interacting with people, visitors and staff which I might not otherwise have had."
"A great privilege to welcome people to such a beautiful and historic place."