Duntisbourne Abbots Village Hall is a registered Charity (Number 301522) run and maintained by Trustees for the benifit of the "inhabitants of Duntisbourne Abbots and the neighbourhood". Its status arises from, and is defined in, a Trust Deed which sets out the Charity Commission Scheme relating to it and which was sealed on 31st January 1961.
The Charity is responsible for the activities of, within, and on behalf of the Duntisbourne Abbots Village Hall and the physical property as defined in the Trust Deed. The Trust Deed represents the sole and absolute legal foundation document for the Charity and sets down the admisitrative and management provisions for the Charity.
The Charity Commision website holds an entry for the Duntisbourne Abbots Village Hall (Registered Charity Number 301522) which includes details of the Charity's financial and compliance history.
Management Committee of Trustees
Chair Rupert Lane
Secretary Colin Russell
Treasurer Colin Russell
Bookings Secretary Mark Jee
Trustee Val Thorne Ex-officio Trustee - Rector
Trustee Rupert Lane Ex-officio Trustee - Church Warden
Trustee Julian Weston Ex-officio Trustee - Church Warden
Trustee Rosemary Wilcox Representative Member - WI
Trustee Russell Carver Representative Member – Parish Council
Trustee Richard Crabb Representative Member - PCC
Trustee Responsibilities and Duties
Two useful documents that help explain the duties and responsibilities of the Trustees are the Charity Commission Booklet - The Essential Trustee and the DAVH Operating Procedures - Trustees Roles and Responmsibilities. These are porvided for general guidance only and help to explain what is expected of a Trustee together with what support is avaialble.
At the commencement of appointment Trustees are required to read these documents together with the Trust Document itself and then sign a "....declaration of acceptance and of willingness to act in the trusts of this deed."