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How to Become a Shareholder

The Three Tuns pub is owned by the community and we currently have over 320 shareholders. Since we purchased the pub, we have extensively renovated the building, transformed the beer garden and publicised our endeavours via local newspapers and broadcast media.


We have held successful pop-up events with local food vans, hosted outdoor theatre productions in our large beer garden and held cafe events to ensure that the pub remains open for business. If you would like to help financially support this fantastic community asset, then the information on this page will guide you through the share purchase procedure.


Guilden Morden is a growing village and there are currently over 20 new houses being built within five minutes walk of either of our two village pubs. The Three Tuns is registered as an Asset of Community Value (ACV) and GMCP would welcome anyone from the village or surrounding villages and towns to become part of our community project by purchasing shares.


Please click on the buttons below to access information about the pub's ownership. If you wish to proceed and buy shares, you can do so by downloading the Share Application Form below. Please read the conditions relating to investing in a CBS carefully before investing.  We look forward to welcoming you to our shareholder community.

Mike Allton

Chair - Guilden Morden Community Pub Ltd

This important document explains our project, its benefits to the community, our share offer, information on our Community Benefit Society and its rules and invites you to become a member of the Community Benefit Society.

This document outlines the details of the rationale for our second share offer which opened in July 2021

Shares can be bought by BACS, cheque or cash. Please use an initial and surname as a reference for BACS. Send your completed Application Form to our Treasurer so we know who the shares are for.

Details of how The Three Tuns is run by GMCP Ltd, to ensure its long-term financial viability.

Adopted from the Plunkett Foundation Model, these rules set out the way in which our Community Benefit Society is owned, organised and governed.

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