There are lots of ways you can get involved with the Shakespeare Houses and the work of Shakespeare Birthplace Trust. The simplest way is to sign-up to our e-newsletter for regular updates.
The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust, established in 1847 is one of the oldest preservation and conservation charities in the UK. It exists, and its work continues today, because of donations from Shakespearian supporters all over the world. Find out more about our latest development projects and how you can support us.
Come to an event
Come along to one of our events at the Houses where you might be invited to have a go at playing Juliet at the Birthplace, or take part in activities from Shakespeare's day at Mary Arden's Farm. Click on the link to find out what's on at the Houses and more about the courses we run.
Friends, volunteers and working with us
Become a Friend of the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust to support the Trust's work and enjoy a great range of benefits. If you have some spare time and would like to get more directly involved then take a look at our volunteering opportunities.
For details of temporary and permanent career opportunities with the Trust visit our current vacancies.
Care Farming At Mary Arden’s Farm
Care farming is the therapeutic use of farming and horticulture providing, health, social or educational care services for vulnerable and excluded people through supervised, structured, meaningful work.
For further details and an informal chat about care farming at Mary Arden's Farm, please contact Shashika Poopalasingham, Care Farm Co-ordinator; firstname.lastname@example.org or tel: 01789 293455
Read our Blogs
- Blogging Shakespeare: Find the latest projects, Shakespeare inspired posts and free webinars.
- Finding Shakespeare: Curating stories from Shakespeare's work, life and times.
- Living Shakespeare: Documenting the stories of pilgrimage to Shakespeare's home.
- Mary Arden's Farm: Escaped the plague and blogging since 1573.