Whenever possible, please contact us by email using the appropriate address on our main contact page 



Normal Business Hours

Monday to Thursday:

08:30am - 5:00pm


08:30am - 2:00pm

Do you want to pay by Direct Debit?

If you would like to join The Trust's Direct Debit scheme and pay the 2024/2025 Yearly Payment (and future yearly payments) by Direct Debit, please use the 'Sign up for Direct Debit' Button above to set up your Direct Debit Mandate.


Sign ups in April will have their payments collected over a 9 month period.


Sign ups in May will have their payments  collected over an 8 month period.  


Before completing the mandate, you are reminded that:

  • Sufficient funds must be available in your bank account to allow the Direct Debit to be collected each month on the due date.


  • The Direct Debit scheme is run at a cost to The Trust but without additional charge to any member wishing to use it.  However, should a Direct Debit collection fail due to insufficient funds or the actions of the account holder, this will result in you incurring an additional charge of £5.00

  • In the event of two failed Direct Debit collections, the outstanding balance will become payable immediately.


  • ​​All residents signing up for Direct Debit as a method of payment will in future recieve their invoice to the email address associated with their Direct Debit.


Once you sucessfully complete the sign up, you will receive an automatic acknowledgement that your application has been received.


7 Days before the payment is due you will receive an email indicating the sum of the amount to be collected. 




The option to pay by Direct Debit was introduced several years ago for the convenience of members and The Trust reserves the right to withdraw this facility at any time.  If you are not willing to accept the terms and conditions outlined regarding payments by Direct Debit , you must pay the Yearly Payment in full on or before 1st April 2024.


Direct Debit Information
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