Welcome to the Rame Conservation Trust Membership Portal
We are delighted that you've chosen to become a member of Rame Conservation Trust (RCT). Your support is very much appreciated and we will use your membership donation to fund this charity's work at Maker Heights.
You can return to our website at any time by clicking the RCT logo above. Once you have finished registering as a member you will automatically be returned to the website.
Rame Conservation Trust Background
RCT is a buildings preservation trust with the purpose of conserving the heritage assets at Maker Heights for public benefit; many more details can be found in RCT's Governing Documents (you can find a link to these in the "Further information" section below). As a member of RCT you will have voting rights at our AGM. As a supporter and member of the Trust we will contact you from time to time by email with newsletters, updates on our projects and events organised by the Trust, or in connection with the Trust.
RCT cares for the heritage assets at Maker Heights, including 15 hectares of rare unimproved grassland, four Scheduled Ancient Monuments and the impressive Grade II* Listed Barrack Block. These assets are all vital components of the Historic Landscape and are set in the Cornwall Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (Rame Head AONB). The heritage assets at Maker Heights are unique, original and, at the present time, largely unaltered. Consequently, Maker Heights is of international and national importance, and of outstanding significance.
We greatly value the work of our conservation volunteers who meet on Saturday mornings to carrying a range of activities including vegetation management, maintenance of the buildings, and archiving of our historical records. If you would like to get involved with conservation activities at Maker Heights please contact our Volunteer Co-ordinator through firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Membership covers one adult per year. Membership is eligible for campsite discount for pitch booking. Voting rights during AGM. Recieving of newsletters.
- Campsite booking discount is currently only applicable for the 2020 season. It will be reviewed prior to the 2021 season and is not guaranteed.
- Form and payment must be completed per adult to register each person as a member.
- Children are free, no membership required.
- Membership covers one Adult for life. Membership is eligible for campsite discount for pitch booking. Voting rights during AGM. Recieving of newsletters.
- Membership covers a buisness for one year. Buisness listed on a page on the Rame Conservation Trust website as a supporter. Voting rights during AGM. Recieving of newsletters.
'The Charitable Incorporated Organisation (CIO) was introduced by the Charities Act 2011, the first structure exclusively designed for charities. Section 220 states that each member must exercise the powers that member has in that capacity in the way that the member decides, in good faith, would be most likely to further the purposes of the charity. Most people who wish to be a member of a charity will welcome the notion that there is an obligation on members to act in the interests of the charity rather than in their own interests.'
- As a charity we operate under the Charity Commission. You can find information on charities and how they are governed on the Charity Commission website using this link
- The Rame Conservation Trust operates according to its governing documents which can be viewed using this link
- As a charity the Rame Conservation Trust produces an annual report on its financial activites that is submitted to the Charity Commission - you can view these returns and other information on the Rame Conservation Trust using this link
- As part of your membership we will contact you from time to time with newsletters, updates and special events. You can unsubscribe from these communications at any time by emailing email@example.com. Please note that you will continue to receive system emails such as renewal reminders.
- General Data Protection Regulations 2018 (GDPR) -
GDPR is a new data protection law which is effect from May 2018. It sets out the main principles of data protection and the responsibilities organisations have when handling personal data. It protects individuals’ personal information and improves their control over how it is collected, stored, shared and used.
- How do the Trust meet the new regulations ? As a supporter and member of the Trust we will contact you from time to time by email with newsletters, updates on our projects and events organised by the Trust, or in connection with the Trust. You can unsubscribe from these communications at any time by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Your data is held securely on remote servers administered by our membership provider, MemberMojo. We do not share your personal data with any third parties. No payment information is stored during transactions. Should you have any queries regarding your data, please email email@example.com