West Yorkshire National Trust Volunteers

West Yorkshire National Trust Volunteers (WYNTV) is a conservation volunteer group founded in 1983 assisting staff at several National Trust properties throughout West and North Yorkshire.

Map showing the National Trust properties we work at.

Our tasks usually involve things such as clearing/thinning out managed woodland, planting, pruning, general clearance, repairing footpaths/fences/dry-stone walls, etc. Read more.

A typical Sunday task.

We also arrange a number of social events throughout the year including such things as country walks, meals out, ten-pin bowling nights, etc. Read more.

A day out at the seaside.

Find out about the group’s latest goings-on, on our Facebook page.

Interested in joining us?

Take a look at our current programme and contact us about any events that appeal to you. You don’t need to be a member of the National Trust and you don’t need to join the group to come to your first few events. If you want to join our group, membership is only £2.50/year. For this you will be kept up to date with all news, upcoming tasks and social events.

Still have questions? Read our Frequently Asked Questions.