Get Involved at Stonehenge

There are lots of ways for local communities to connect with the extraordinary history at Stonehenge. We always encourage local communities to come and visit the site, but there are other ways that you can get involved too. 

 

Volunteering Opportunities

English Heritage is looking for volunteers to take on a variety of exciting volunteering roles at Stonehenge and Old Sarum:

Find more information on volunteering for English Heritage.

An education volunteer with a school group at Stonehenge

An education volunteer with a school group at Stonehenge

Community Box

Do you run a local community group and would like to learn more about Stonehenge? Book our Community Box and one of our knowledgeable volunteers will come and deliver an exciting talk for you with replica objects.

Contact volunteer.enquiries@english-heritage.org.uk for more information.

Community Ambassadors

Community Ambassadors help us spread the word about heritage events in Wiltshire. As an Ambassador you'll receive quarterly e-newsletters containing information about English Heritage learning programmes as well as events at Salisbury Museum, Wiltshire Museum, National Trust and Wessex Archaeology

This is a great way to get involved if you don't have time for regular volunteering. There is an annual exclusive tour of the Stones to say thank you. 

For more information on how to become a Community Ambassador please contact volunteer.enquiries@english-heritage.org.uk.

A volunteer with children in one of the Neolithic Houses

A volunteer with children in one of the Neolithic Houses

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