Dave Thanks we have the land registry doc. The title holder is the council, as in the 1920 indenture is was set up as that, holding the land in trust for the 'committee of Management'. The title does not say that the council is a trustee, nor is there a charitable restriction on it. There is a Fields in Trust Restriction. We believe the title was altered by the council in 2013, when the minutes of the annual parish meeting say - we (the council) are trying to close the charity. The charity commission wrote to the council saying it was not in their remit to do so, and the trustees needed to get in touch!. I have to find the history of the record, as the present one does not show when it was fiddled with. So we have an incorrect land registry entry, which enabled a FIT restriction to be placed on it as it was not identified as protected by a charitable restriction. We have written to the CC on a number of issues, but will be declaring a serious incident. The block is the council, who are acting as if they are a sole trustee, but without doing that you need to do when you are (such as having a correct registry entry / ticking box 9 yes, appropriate accounts, holding charity meetings separate from council business, raising loans on charity owned assets, leasing charity land to third parties and pocketing the rent as council income - etc etc. Hopefully the charity commission will rely soon!