Our members are the lifeblood of our Trust. Our members support us in all sorts of ways, they link the Trust to other local and national organisations, and they get the word onto the street as they go about their daily lives, they attend the community meetings held by the Trust and they are always good supporters of social and other events run by the Trust.
To become a full member you are required to be over the age of 18, and be eligible to be registered on the electoral register within our parish boundary area. Anyone else who supports the aims and objectives of the Trust can become an associate member.
Membership is FREE and the liability of each member is limited to £1.00
Being a member of the Trust helps to support its aims and work – to make our whole area a better place to live and work for everyone.
As a full member you will have:
- Information about Trust activities
- An opportunity to contribute to events and longer term plans
- An opportunity to influence what is being planned
- A vote at Trust general meetings
- The opportunity to be elected as a Director of the Trust
All types of members are welcome to attend General Meetings but only full members are eligible to stand for election as directors. Associate and junior members are non-voting.
Your membership is very important and valuable to the Trust. More members mean more influence with outside agencies and a better chance of receiving external funding for our plans and objectives!
© 2021 OLD LUCE DEVELOPMENT TRUST
Registered Company SC538942
DTAS Member SE225
Registered Address: Public Hall, 22 Main St, Glenluce DG8 0PR
Old Luce Development Trust (OLDT) is a registered charity, SC049400, regulated by the Scottish Charity Regulator (OSCR).