EMHT is a registered charity, number 1113837.

It is registered with Companies House as a company limited by guarantee, number 5743618.

EMHT 2019 financial report

Membership of the incorporated trust is open to the public.

EMHT is managed by a board of trustees, nominated as directors of the company. The trustees invite specialists and representatives of other heritage organisations as advisers to attend meetings and/or advise where appropriate. The Trust’s constitution is a set of memorandum and articles of association approved by the Charity Commission.

The charitable objects of EMHT are:

  1. ‘preservation and development, for the public benefit, of the 16th century Eskdale Water Corn Mill at Boot being of>particular historical and architectural interest’; and
  2. ‘advance the education of the public in the history, heritage, geography and geology of Eskdale so as to increase their understanding of the built and natural environment’

Patrons: Margie Foots; Anna Ford; Lord Frank Judd; Patrick Gordon-Duff-Pennington; Eric Robson and Marcus Worthington.

Trustees: Paul Pharaoh (Chair), Paul Dean; Steve Hemm; Richard Johnson (Treasurer); Rosemary Lord

Advisers: David Blanden; Rebecca Cathey; John Hodgson; Bob Hoye-Turner; Jodie Mills; Greg Poole; Roger Putnam; Chris Reay: Stuart Ross and Jason Waddy.

Company Secretary:

Membership Secretary:

Registered office address: Eskdale Mill, Boot, Holmrook, Cumbria, CA19 1TG

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