Who can be a member?
The company’s objects are to promote, maintain, manage, improve and develop the Harbour and its environs for the benefit of the company, the Harbours stakeholders, including the community of North Mull which comprises the postcode districts PA72, PA73, PA74 and PA75 (The Community).
You can be an Ordinary Member if you are over the age of 17, ordinarily resident in "The Community" and entitled to vote at local government election in a polling district that includes “The Community” or part of it?
If you fall outwith that criteria you can be an Associate Member.
What does being a member of the Tobermory Harbour mean?
By becoming a member of the Tobermory Harbour you are involved in shaping the future of the company.
All members will receive notices and newsletters to keep them informed.
Only Ordinary members have a right to vote at general meetings of the THA and stand for the Board.
There is no membership subscription either at time of joining or any periodic basis.
The liability of members is limited to a maximum of £1 as defined in the Articles. Refer to articles 11 and 12 explaining the liability in event of the Company being wound up.
Full Details of membership and the objects of the Company can be found in the Articles of Association.
How can you help as a member?
Tobermory Harbour values its concept of ‘facilities for all’, providing excellent facilities which enhance the harbour area. This has a direct impact on the Island in terms of economy and tourism. We want to safeguard our unique community harbour for future generations. It is therefore important that as a member you also share this vision and are able to contribute to its success.
We hope that you will play an active role in supporting Tobermory Harbour by attending general meetings and sharing your opinions and expectations. However, the Board are always happy to hear from members at any time.
The Board of Directors are all Ordinary Members and information on elections and Board responsibilities are detailed in the Articles.
Why do we need members?
Tobermory Harbour relies on the support of its members to ensure that the Company meets its aims and objects.
Tobermory Harbour uses its membership to demonstrate the level of support it has for work done and projects undertaken.
If you wish to email the application form, please follow the Microsoft Word link below, fill in the form and send to firstname.lastname@example.org
If you would prefer to send the application through the post, then please follow the PDF link below and print the form.
Send the completed form to:
Tobermory Harbour Association
Isle of Mull
There are no subscription fees required for membership. Members should be aware of Articles 10 and 11 'Liability of Members', which states in the event the company is wound up, the member will contribute up to a maximum of £1 (one pound) to the assets of the company. Please read the full Articles Articles of Association for more information.
Data Protection Act 1998 - GDPR 2018
Tobermory Harbour complies in full with the Data Protection Act of 1998 and the updated GDPR legislation. Any data processed will be done so in accordance with above acts.
Question. What does becoming a member of the Tobermory Harbour Association mean?
Answer. By becoming a member of the Tobermory Harbour Association you are directly involved in shaping the future of the company.
As a member you have a right to vote at general meetings of the THA and are bound by the terms of the Articles of Association and the THA Handbook.
Question. What we ask of our members?
Answer. Your main residence must be on the Isle of Mull. Tobermory Harbour Association values its concept of 'facilities for all', providing excellent facilities which enhance the harbour area. This has a direct impact on the Island in terms of economy and tourism. THA wants to safeguard our unique community harbour for future generations. It is therefore important that as a member you also share this vision and are able to contribute to its success. We ask that you play an active role in supporting the THA by attending general meetings and sharing your opinions and expectations.
Question. Is there an age limitation on becoming a member?
Answer. To become a THA member you must be at least 17 years of age.