Rodborough Parish Council Grants
Applications for the 2018-19 financial year will open on 1st December 2017
Kingscourt Educational Trust
The Trust was initiated by the members of Rodborough Tabernacle United Reformed Church in the 1970s when the Kingscourt School in Bowl Hill was closed and the building sold. The Church believed that a proportion of the proceeds should be placed in trust for local educational needs thereby continuing the vision of the earlier church that built the old school. The trustees promote education in its broadest sense for the benefit of people living in the parish of Rodborough or attending Rodborough Tabernacle or St. Mary Magdalene’s Church.
Projects supported have included educational trips, specialist equipment and clothing, student books , school Bibles, school leavers’ booklets, educational toys and materials and musical instruments. Awards are usually £50 to £150.
The Charity is not allowed to subsidise public funds.
Contact the Secretary:
Jenny Wills, Rosemount, Queens Road, GL5 3SN .
Tel 01453 763984.
Rodborough Consolidated Trust
Grants are available for individual young people for education and sporting activities. Grants are usually £50-£100.
Applications should be made to Mavis Buxton or the Church Warden.
Apply to: Mrs Mavis Buxton 16 Heather Close Rodborough Stroud Glos GL5 3QY
Stroud and Rodborough Educational Charity
Grants are first made to Archway, Marling and High Schools. The remainder is available for individuals living in the ‘old Stroud urban and rural postal district’, who are under 25 years old for educational purposes. The parishes covered by the old area are:
Bisley, Chalford, Cranham, Horsley, Kings Stanley, Leonard Stanley, Minchinhampton, Miserden, Oakridge, Painswick, Randwick, Rodborough, Stonehouse, Thrupp, Whiteshill, Woodchester or Nailsworth Urban District.
To obtain further information, an application form and application deadline dates, please contact:
Clerk to the Trustees: Shani Baker, 14 Green Close, Uley, Dursley, Glos, GL11 5TH. Telephone: 01453 860379. Email: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Stroud and Rodborough Educational Charity – Click here for details on applying for a grant
Stroud United Charities
This is an amalgamated trust of various bequests. Grants are available for individuals living in the old Stroud Urban District Council area (note this is not the same as the modern Stroud District Council area). Requests can be made directly or by Social Services or Health Workers on behalf of their clients. Grants are given as money or vouchers direct to the individual or via Social or Health Services.
To apply for grants, please contact : Mr A Johnson, Clerk to the Trustees, Bodenham, Bussage, Stroud GL6 8 BB