In 2023, over 11,750 hours were contributed to volunteering tasks in Wollaton Park.

Litter Pick
Litter Picking, February 2024.

Friends of Wollaton Park coordinate a range of volunteer activities in Wollaton throughout the year, including gardening, conservation, litter picking, preserving sculptures and benches, restoring the walled garden and cleaning Lord Middleton’s library!

Bench preservation

See our Calendar for dates of specific volunteering sessions.

Friends of Wollaton Park does not accept liability for any accident, loss or damage to members or visitors during its advertised activities.

If physical tasks are not your thing, then perhaps support our committee to help coordinate activities.

Activity location: Wollaton Hall & Deer Park, Nottingham, NG8 2AE.

Other Volunteering Opportunities

Organised by other groups in association with Friends of Wollaton Park.

The Benefits of Volunteering

  • It’s good for your health. Volunteering has been shown to reduce stress, improve mood, and boost self-esteem. It can also help you stay physically active, especially if you volunteer for activities that involve physical work.
  • It gives you a sense of purpose. When you volunteer, you are making a difference in the lives of others. This can give you a sense of purpose and satisfaction that you may not get from other activities.
  • It helps you meet new people. Volunteering is a great way to meet new people who share your interests. This can lead to new friendships, professional connections, and even romantic relationships.
  • It teaches you new skills. Volunteering can help you learn new skills that you can use in your personal or professional life.
  • It strengthens our community. Volunteering helps to build a stronger community by connecting people and providing resources to those in need. When you volunteer, you are helping to make your community a better place for everyone.

Volunteering News

  • Walled Garden Volunteer Roles - The Wollaton Walled Garden Project are seeking a Volunteer Administrator and Volunteer Lead.
  • Dead Hedge #3 - Fourteen volunteers supported the February Saturday to create a dead hedge in the compost area in Digby Woods.
  • Top and Bottom - The volunteers undertook a clean-up of the Prospect Room and the Tudor Kitchen.
  • Winter Gardening - The presence of the Christmas lights limited gardening activities in December, and the weather was against the volunteers in January.…
  • December - The new Friday conservation sessions continued into December with a session on December 1. The small group cut back an…

Frequently Asked Questions…

See our Volunteering page, to see the latest volunteering opportunities.

See the Walled Garden information page for details.

Volunteering provides many benefits, including the opportunity to connect with nature, meet new people, and develop new skills. It is also a great way to give back to the community and contribute to the preservation of the park’s natural resources.

Questions or Queries?

If that does not help then please get in touch with us…