St Peter's Marlborough

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a Trustee

Join the Board of Trustees

St Peter’s Trust seeks to broaden the skills and diversity of the Board of Trustees (the Council) and is interested in hearing from people of all ages, backgrounds and experience who feel they may be able to contribute to the ongoing development of the Trust.

Being a trustee is one of the most important and exciting roles within a charity. Along with your colleagues, you are responsible for making sure the charity is run properly and uses its charitable funds and assets wisely.  

Being a trustee gives you the opportunity to:

  • Provide support to an organisation that is making a real difference to both individuals and the Marlborough community.
  • Contribute your skills and expertise to a cause that is important to you.
  • Play a fundamental role in the strategic development of the organisation.
  • Gain valuable experience and learn new skills as part of a team.
  • Gain non-executive board experience.
  • Learn from other trustees and gain new insights into a charitable organisation.


Please contact our Chair for an informal, confidential discussion and further information.

Gift Aid Declaration

Thank you so much for donating to St Peter’s and St Paul’s Marlborough Trust. Your support is helping us to raise vital funds in order to preserve this building of significant historic interest and to provide a centre for the community to explore its history and enjoy its space.

If you sign up to Gift Aid, a tax relief allowing UK charities to reclaim an extra 25% in tax on every eligible donation made by a UK taxpayer, it means that without donating a penny extra, you're helping us keep St Peter's Church open for years to come.

There are a couple of reasons that may affect our ability to reclaim that extra money, so please contact us within 21 days if:
You expect to pay less than your Gift Aid value, in UK income and/or Capital Gains Tax in the current year, or your personal details, such as name and address have changed.

If you have not paid enough tax to meet the Gift Aid claimed by St Peter’s and St Paul’s Marlborough Trust and have not notified us of this, HMRC may seek to recover this sum from you directly, as it is your responsibility to pay any difference. You can get in touch with us on if you have any questions.

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