Volunteer for Estate Conservation

Volunteer at The Sharpham Trust, near Totnes, DevonThursdays, 10.30am

If you like gratifying, physical work outdoors, you can help us with the conservation of Sharpham’s breath-taking parkland – thought to have been laid out by England’s most famous landscaper Capability Brown – which surrounds Sharpham House, a Grade 1-listed Georgian villa.

The group helps to restore some of the paths and steps around the Estate, new fencing, hedge-laying and work in the organic orchards.

The conservation volunteers created an oak circular bench for our sit-spot beside the River Dart amid the reed-beds. 

Volunteer at The Sharpham Trust

Our conservation volunteers meet by the coach-yard at the back of Sharpham House. No experience is necessary as guidance will be given by group leader Martin Beat from our partners Ambios.

Click here to view, print or download the Conservation Volunteer role description

If you would like to know more about the information on this page, please contact:

Name: Tracy Cheesman, Volunteer Coordinator
Tel: 01803 731802
Email: [email protected]
Address: Sharpham House, Sharpham Estate, Ashprington, Totnes, Devon, UK, TQ9 7UT