Carisbrooke Castle Visitor Volunteer
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Carisbrooke Castle plays an integral role in both the history of the Isle of Wight and the wider country. Home to Isabelle de Fortibus, Sir George Carey, Princess Beatrice and prison to Charles I, it is steeped in English history. In its time, the castle has been a symbol of political power, a fortress protecting England against invasion, a prison and a home.
Where and When
- Carisbrooke Castle, Castle Hill, Newport, Isle of Wight, PO30 1XY
- Sessions (usually four hours) are available throughout the year which are entirely flexible
Who we're looking for
We are looking for volunteers who will be able to communicate well with all age groups, and someone who is keen to learn the history of Carisbrooke Castle and share this with visitors.
For more information, please download the role description.
Why volunteer with English Heritage?
Volunteering is your opportunity to play a part in protecting and presenting some of the greatest places in England. Your support is extremely valuable to us and we want to make sure you have an enjoyable and rewarding volunteering experience. Find out more reasons to volunteer with English Heritage.