Get involved

Ways to support Moor Pool Heritage Trust

Volunteer, donate, join in

If you would like to be part of a dynamic, active and engaged community and help Moor Pool Heritage Trust achieve its aims there are a number of ways you can support us! You can take an active role by volunteering which ranges from one-off events, to behind the scenes roles such as baking, or helping to maintain outdoor spaces.

If you would like to support us in other ways you can become a Friend of Moor Pool, make a one-off donation or even help us when you do your shopping through Give As You Live and Easy Fundraising. We highly value our supporters and volunteers, and it’s a great way to get involved and become part of the community!

Ways to support Moor Pool Heritage Trust

Become a member of the Trust

Are you interested in the work of the Trust?
Keen to be involved and informed?


It costs nothing and will give you the chance to contribute to the running of the estate. If you have lived on the estate for over three years, you can find out more information about membership of Moor Pool Heritage Trust by downloading a membership form and reading our Articles of Association.

The Trust strives to conserve and maintain the unique architecture and townscape of the Suburb which makes it an outstanding Conservation Area, and its members should include all of the residents who believe that this conservation is worthwhile.

There are several benefits of membership:

•   Receipt of the Annual Report and Accounts of the Company
•   Voting rights in Trust Board elections
•   Voting on resolutions


The membership requirement is that you are an adult who has lived on the Moor Pool estate for more than 3 years. There are no restrictions on the number of members per household.


There is no cost to become a Member of the Trust.


The Trust differs from most companies in that, while fulfilling its objective to conserve and maintain the character and amenities of the Moor Pool estate, it produces no profits or dividends. The Trust does not have shareholders but members who have no financial commitment and a limited liquidation liability of £10.


The company directors are volunteers elected by Trust members or appointed by the Board.