The Isles of Scilly Wildlife Trust is governed (under charity law) by its Memorandum and Articles of Association

These documents are reviewed periodically by the Trustee Board to ensure that they are fit for purpose; this was last undertaken in 2017.

The Board of Trustees agree a set of policies and position statements which guide the Trust in it's day to day work.  We've included those which are relevant to the public. Please note that this list is not exhaustive as new policies are being created and old ones reviewed and revised regularly:

Complaints Policy

Dead Marine Mammals Policy

Cruise Ship Position Statement

Herbicides Use Policy

Balloons, Sky Lanterns, Streamers & Confetti

The day to day work of the charity is carried out by the professional staff team, lead by the Chief Executive who is responsible for ensuring the charity delivers the objectives set out in the Strategic Plan.  The Chief Executive also makes sure that the charity is run efficiently and effectively and that a Statement of Financial Accounts is produced each year by our qualified auditor.  

We are registered with the Fundraising Regulator and are members of the Institute of Fundraising which confirms our commitment to support the Code of Fundraising Practice.