Volunteering at Denbigh Castle

Denbigh Castle

Denbigh Castle

Exciting volunteering opportunities are available at the striking Denbigh Castle, probably one of the seven wonders of Wales.

Along with over half a mile of town walls, Denbigh Castle is a classic fortress of Edwardian proportions, crowning a steep hill above the medieval town. Edward I simply built on top of what was a traditional Welsh stronghold. In so doing, he made sure all traces of Dafydd ap Gruffudd, the previous unlucky incumbent, were removed for ever. Henry de Lacy, had the task of building the new castle with the king’s master mason, James of St George, at his side. Denbigh’s finest feature is its striking triple-towered great gatehouse. Your task might not be as big as James of St George, but supporting delivery a range of activities at events at site will bring its own challenges and rewards.

If you would like to help make our events run smoothly, supporting our custodians to enhance our visitor experience, please complete and return the online application form to: DenbighCastle@gov.wales and we will get back to you.

For further information about this site visit the Denbigh Castle web page.