The Cellardyke Trust is a Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation (SCIO) established in 2020 and Registered SC049941 with OSCR, the Scottish Charity Regulator.
Our charitable aims under OSCR’s defined headings are : ‘The advancement of citizenship or community development’ and ‘The advancement of the arts, heritage, culture or science’
In practice, what we are aiming to do is:
To create an environment where innovation in community projects can be supported to be developed and delivered.
We aim to work with individuals, families, groups, organisations and companies to help strengthen the community.
The Cellardyke Trust can help if you have an exciting creative idea that involves bringing people of any age (young people, older people, residents and visitors) together in a project, event or experience.
A charitable trust opens up doors to fund givers and can help with the red tape and practicalities involved in organising events. We are not a Grant giving body, but we have the experience and the ability to support you develop your own ideas.
Our 2020 Trustees are
Chair – Richard Wemyss – email@example.com
Treasurer – Peter Shepherd – firstname.lastname@example.org
Secretary – Nette Carder – email@example.com
Sadly, one of our original Trustees, John Boyter Brown, passed away at the end of April 2020. We would like to acknowledge his vital part in, and support of, establishing The Cellardyke Trust.
The minutes of our Trustees Board meetings and Constitution are available here : Trust Documents
Membership forms will also appear on the “Trust Documents” page when the scheme is up and running.