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A holiday specially designed for physically able-bodied people with learning difficulties to come along on a working holiday with their carer or family member. The holiday is then assigned at least one activity type, which indicates the nature of the work that the volunteer can expect to do during that holiday.
Working holidays are a great way to get involved with the National Trust's work and meet new people at the same time. At High Wray we run around 8 working holidays every year, giving people a chance to try their hand at traditional skills such as hedgelaying, drystone walling, upland footpath work or traditional green woodwork.
working holiday. In accordance with the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 (or equivalent Northern Ireland legislation) the National Trust is responsible for providing and maintaining a working environment which is, as far as is reasonably practicable, safe and without risk to health. Copies of the National Trust’s written
These residential working holidays for over 18s are based at National Trust for Scotland properties, allowing you to live and work in some of Scotland’s most remarkable and remote places. Groups stay in a variety of accommodation types, from basic to modestly luxurious, but everyone is expected to help in cooking and cleaning up during the week.
Overseas working holidays We've teamed up with organisations across the world to provide a selection of overseas working holidays. These holidays are organised and run independently by members of the International National Trusts Organisation (INTO), which is the focal point for the worldwide National Trust movement.
We’re delighted to welcome our guests back to their National Trust holiday. Our holiday cottages are now open across England, Wales and Northern Ireland. Most of our campsites are also now open and welcoming guests who have booked in advance. And we plan to reopen our campsites in Wales from Friday 31 July, in line with government guidance.
An atmospheric Tudor house with Medieval roots, a working mill on an historic quay, a glorious garden with valley views and an expansive estate to explore. We're reopening the places you love, safely and in line with government advice. More than 135 gardens and parks are now open through advance ...