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10th Dec 2015

Viking board contracts extended

Shetland Charitable trust is to extend the contracts of the three members of the Viking Energy Shetland LLP board for a further two years.

12th Nov 2015

Two new directors for SHEAP

Two new directors have been appointed to the board of Shetland Heat Energy and Power Ltd (SHEAP), which runs the Lerwick District Heating Scheme.

12th Nov 2015

Trust to miss out on return of oil income

Shetland Charitable Trust will miss out on the return of rental income as a result of BPís decision to ship oil from the Schiehallion field direct to market.

12th Nov 2015

Trust investments hit by stock market volatility

Volatile world stock markets mean the value of Shetland Charitable Trustís investments has decreased by more than £13 million in the first six months of the year.

26th Aug 2015

2015 Annual General Meeting

The 2015 Annual General Meeting of Shetland Charitable Trust will be held on Thursday 10th September at 11.30am in Islesburgh Community Centre, Room 12.

7th Aug 2014

Shetland Charitable Trust respond to the news Sustainable Shetland are to attempt an appeal

Shetland Charitable Trust Chairman Bobby Hunter responded to the news that Sustainable Shetland will now attempt an appeal to the Supreme Court.

6th Aug 2014

2014 Annual General Meeting

The 2014 Annual General Meeting of Shetland Charitable Trust will be held on Thursday 11th September at 12 noon in Islesburgh Community Centre, Room 12.

5th Aug 2013

2013 Annual General Meeting

The 2013 Annual General Meeting of Shetland Charitable Trust will be held on Thursday 12th September at 12 noon in Islesburgh Community Centre, Room 12.

13th Jun 2013

Charities Regulator ends special monitoring of Trust

Trustees were informed this week by the Office of the Scottish Charity Regulator (OSCR) that it has now closed its enquiry, opened in 2008 after complaints about conflicts of interest by members of the public, into SCT.

20th Feb 2013

Historic day as independent trustees take up seats

For the first time since it was set up more than 35 years ago, the charitable organisation responsible for investing and spending Shetland's oil disturbance money will meet tomorrow with independent trustees forming a majority.