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Future Wolverton - OFFER CLOSED

Governance and people

Please note that this information is no longer updated and is for reference purposes only.

Future Wolverton is registered with the FCA (Financial Conduct Authority) as a community benefit society (registered number: 32016R).

Future Wolverton is a Registered Community Benefit Society (CBS) established in October 2013 (registration number: 32016R). It has been set up to trade for the benefit of the community of Wolverton and to represent the views of local people to statutory and other agencies involved in the regeneration of the area. 

Their rules are available to view here.

Total number of shares

Future Wolverton will be issuing up to 200,000 shares through this offer, worth £1 each. Ahead of the offer there were 111 shares already issued.

Directors and Staff

Executive Board Members

The Board of Future Wolverton is made up of individuals representing organisations within the Town, including Wolverton Society for Arts & Heritage, The Radcliffe Community of Schools and Churches Together in Wolverton. In addition, up to five people can be elected to the Board by the membership. The Chief Executive sits on the Board ex-officio and is not subject to local election.

The whole Board is accountable to the membership of Future Wolverton. The nominated Board members provide a flow of information to Future Wolverton which means that the strategic direction of the organisation is informed by the wider community as well as the membership.

Chief Executive

Marie Osborne is CEO of Future Wolverton, a role which has been largely voluntary for the last three years.

Conflict of interest

Future Wolverton has a Conflict of Interest Policy. The Policy dictates that -

The Board of Directors meets every 2 months and is collectively responsible for the management of Future Wolverton. Directors must at all times act in the best interest of the organisation and are required to declare any external interest that may be in conflict with their role on the Board of Directors.


Directors' remuneration


Directors' holdings

All of the Directors are current shareholders, each holding a £1 share.

Employee satisfaction

Future Wolverton does not currently collect data on employee satisfaction.


3 out of 6 directors are female.

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