Jubilee Fund for
Wivenhoe's Young People
Laurence Knox, Chairman of the Queen's Jubilee Youth
Trust for Wivenhoe is very pleased to announce that the Trust now holds
some £13,000 as a result of events held over the Jubilee weekend.
"I'm fairly over the moon" he said.
The Trust was established in 2001 with the am of raising
money to fund, promote and sponsor activities for young people in
Simple, written applications requesting grants should be
sent to Laurence Knox (see details below). Applications will be considered
in April in each year but applications at other times will be
Applications can be made by the intended beneficiaries
or by individuals connected with the beneficiaries. Beneficiaries must be:
- individuals resident in Wivenhoe and up to the age of
- or groups or youth organisations based in Wivenhoe.
Applications should be as simple as possible and should
a) the applicant's name and address
b) a description of the project or item for which money is needed
c) a brief account of why this need has arisen, or what would be achieved
d) the sum applied for
e) details of any other funding acquired or applied for
f) the applicant's parent or guardian, or a person in a position of
responsibility within the organisation should sign the application to show
agreement that the money should be made available for the stated purpose.
The Trustees will consider grants up to a maximum of £500.
For more information contact: Laurence Knox, The Old
Chapel, Quay Street, Wivenhoe CO7 9DD Tel:
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