Get Involved

Join the conversations on our Facebook groups

On the Facebook page for Barrow Hill Community Trust, click "more" and then click "groups" to discover Trust groups that may interest you.

Join a BHCT sub-group

Barrow Hill Community Trust operates with a sub-group structure whereby a small group of people are assigned to focus on a particular task, problem or project.  Each group can include a mix of specialist advisers, representatives of partner organisations, local residents and at least one trustee who reports group recommendations to the Board of Trustees for decision. Groups are set up to respond to current priorities and appeals for local people with experience or knowledge of the task are posted on-line and in newsletters.

Become a trustee

Barrow Hill Community Trust is a registered charity and charity trustees are the people who share ultimate responsibility for governing a charity and directing how it is managed and run. You may be able to bring a particular expertise to the Board, such as professional skills or experience, but equally as important are listening and communication skills, commitment and common sense.

If you would be interested in becoming a trustee of the charity, please  contact us for an information pack.

If you'd like to contact us to ask a question, suggest something or get involved, then please click here.

Trustees must be 16 or over and not disqualified from acting as a charity trustee. Click here to see the government guidance on being a charity trustee.

Constitution of Barrow Hill Community Trust (Click to see our Governing Document)