The Radley Lakes Trust is a registered charity (number 1192259). Its aims include conserving the Radley Lakes area and its wildlife, advancing education and science in relation to the area, and promoting activities at the Lakes which contribute to human health. You can read a full statement of the Trust’s charitable aims in its constitution, which is here.
The Trust is managed by a board of trustees. There are currently nine trustees, and you can find further information about them here.
One of the Trust’s main activities is to carry out projects which will improve access to the Lakes.
The work of the Trust is guided by a Masterplan, which was produced in 2021. You can read more about the Radley Lakes Masterplan, and download a copy of the full plan, here.
If you would like to support the work of the Trust, you can join our Friends, take part in volunteering, or make a donation, here.
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