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Working Holidays

We are delighted to offer a selection of the popular overseas working holidays for summer 2020!

These holidays are organised independently by members of the International National Trusts Organisation (INTO), the focal point for the worldwide National Trust movement.

There is something for everyone to enjoy from the many activities listed below, including learning traditional blacksmithing in Romania and rebuilding a historic garden pavilion in the Czech Republic.

NB.  Please apply directly to the holiday organisers.  Email addresses can be found after each holiday.

Holidays in Czech Republic

Rebuilding Červený Dvůr Estate, Southern Bohemia, Czech Republic
This is the ninth holiday at Červený Dvůr, a historic estate that was once the summer residence of the Schwarzenberg
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Preserving the UNESCO World Heritage Site Church of St John of Nepomuk, Moravia
The working holiday: You will work as part of an international team restoring the site of the pilgrimage church of
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Conserving Rozmital Castle, Central Bohemia, Czech Republic
The working holiday:  The work will be taking place in one of the oldest and culturally significant Gothic-Renaissance castles, in
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Baroque Restoration in North Moravia, Czech Republic
The Baroque Church of the Virgin Mary is situated in the lovely resort town of Teplice nad Metuji, surrounded by
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Conserving Krásný Dvůr, Western Bohemia, Czech Republic
Krásný Dvůr is a large estate that once belonged to the Czernin family and is now in the care of
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Holidays in Romania

Learn Blacksmithing & Traditional Crafts at the Manor, Moldavia, Romania
This is your opportunity to try traditional crafts in the grounds of the Petre Carp manor built at the end
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Holidays in England & Wales

National Trust volunteers clearing scrub at Sandymouth, Cornwall. ©National Trust Images/Ben Selway

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