Governance structure

The Llanfyllin Dolydd Building Preservation Trust, Charity No. 1091097, was founded in 2001. The Trust is a community group: its Members elect the Trustees who are local people.  Its charitable objects include provision of recreational, educational and cultural facilities as well as preservation, and it funds its activities and outgoings through letting workshops and studios to local enterprises and by developing the site and rooms for functions and events. 

Membership of the Trust is open to all for a modest subscription.  The Trust’s constitution allows for up to 20 Trustees: currently there are 10.  They meet every four or five weeks.  Some executive decisions are taken by a Management Committee of three or four Trustees who meet more frequently.   All administration is by Trustees or volunteers.  The Trust’s financial year ends on 30 November: its Accounts are published and elections held at the ensuing Annual General Meeting which all Members are invited to attend.