National Trust – Accessibility Buggy Driver


Drivers are the Formula 1 stars of National Trust – just with a bit less speed! They help visitors who might struggle to get to and from the car park, as some of our historic places weren’t built to be pedestrian-friendly!

Enthusiasm and a current driving licence required!

Tasks and responsibilities

  • Making visitors feel welcome when they arrive and responding to the different needs of different people.
  • Knowing your way around the property, so that you can give directions and perhaps share a few of your own stories.
  • Taking care of the people that use your vehicle, driving it well and ensuring visitors can get on and off the vehicle safely.
  • Following National Trust procedures to make sure the vehicle is safe to use, and recharged if and when required.
  • Being part of a team that may need to adapt and change in response to local needs, National Trust priorities or changes to government guidelines e.g. Covid.
  • Make it possible for more people to visit Castle Ward.
  • Make people feel at home and get the most of their day.
  • Join a varied and enthusiastic team, and make some new friends.
  • You would need to be the proud owner of a current full driving licence.

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