Not wishing to dampen spirits, but it is the Trustees who are the fundraisers - they have a statutory duty in Law.
However I have read what has been said and it is essential to note that the ACO has slightly different ideas. So by going along and making some declaration on dissolution, might be placing the Trustees in a position of liability should the ACO play its’ hand and makes a grab for the cash (or after conversion into assets) because it only wants to play by its’ own rules which do not necessarily accord with the Law.
Dont forget the Civcom is the legal entity, not the ACO, so if Tesco are not happy should the dissolution bit not be played out properly, it will be the Trustees they come after.
There is an increasing requirement for openness, and it is sad to say the concept is not clearly understood, but donors are entitled to know that their money is spent in line with the stated purpose.