Severndroog Castle

Contact: James Adams

Castle Woods
Shooters Hill
SE18 3RT
United Kingdom

Tel: 0800 689 1796

About Severndroog Castle

Severndroog Castle is a unique 18th Century Grade 2* listed folly tower in the Shooters Hill Woodlands, South East London. The Castle was built in 1784 by Lady James of Eltham as a memorial to her husband, Sir William James, who died in 1783. The building was closed to the public in 1988, re-opening to the public in July 2014. Since then, Severndroog Castle Building Preservation Trust continues to work towards securing the future of the building through community and commercial activities. The organisation is largely volunteer run so your contribution no matter how big or small is essential.

1 job with Severndroog Castle

  • Volunteer Visitor Assistant

    • Castle Wood, Shooters Hill, London, SE18 3RT
    • Unpaid voluntary position
    • Severndroog Castle

    As a Volunteer Visitor Assistant you will help us create a first class visitor experience and be part of an amazing day out at SE London's hidden gem!