The Barnes Charitable Trust
The prime responsibility of the Trust is the maintenance of Ashmeadow Woodlands. When the Trust has surplus funds it will use these to make small grants within the village. Grant awards will normally be in the range of £300 to £1,000. Preference will be given to projects which benefit the environment/education/recreation. For full details see the guidance notes below, contact the Grants Secretary on 01524 762193 or email email@example.com.
The 2018 grants have now been allocated.
Applications for the 2019 round of grants will open in December 2018. They must be submitted by February 28th 2019
One of the grants given in 2017 was £750 to the Arnside Sailing Club.They wrote to thank us and send us a photo of the boat we part fundedThey got just under £ 30,000 of grant funding from a number of different bodies, which has allowed them to buy 5 new boats with a further 4 on order. Over their lifetime the boats should enable them to introduce a large number of local children and teenagers to sailing.
Photo - The boat on the sands waiting for the tide and its transom showing the funders.
Grant forms are given below
The Barnes Charitable Trust was set up in 1991 under the terms of the will of the late John Barnes, who for many years was the owner of Earnseat School.
The Barnes Charitable Trust Registered Charity 1002338
Trustees: Andy Pringle (Chairman), Ann Kitchen (Treasurer), David Barton (Vice-Chair), Helen Caldwell, Mary Hamilton, Julia Holroyd, Basil Herwald, Pete McSweeney, Jennifer Rae, Chris Youdale, Honorary Secretary: Ken Kitchen
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