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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
The level of expenditure needed to maintain Ashmeadow Woodlands this year together with uncertainty as to the final level of income for 2018 and 2019 have led the Trustees to postpone a decision about funds for the 2019 Arnside Grants.
An announcement about grants and details of the application timetable will be posted on the Trust's website and the Arnside Broadsheet some time in the spring 2019.
The 2018 Grant form is given below for information. The 2019 form will be available when the new grants are announced.
Arnside Guides, Minds in Tune, Arnside Football Club, Arnside National School and Arnside Art Group were among those local organisations to be awarded grants in 2018. The grant given to the Art Group helped towards the cost of four 'Art for All' workshops run in Arnside to encourage people to take up art. That for the guides helped with the costs of the Jigsaw Camp and also paid to repair one of the tents.
LHS : Some of the work produced at the end of one of the "Art for All" workshops. RHS: Guides at the Jigsaw Camp in July.
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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