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Educational trust funds

Educational trust funds

Colonel William Llewellen Palmer Charity

The Colonel William Llewellen Palmer Educational Charity was established in 1992 and is a registered charity. It is administered by the Communities and Voluntary Sector Support team and the terms of the Trust are:

  • To promote the education of children and young people attending schools maintained by the local education authority and grant-maintained schools in Bradford on Avon
  • To promote the education of children and young people under the age of 25 who have attended such schools or who are resident in Bradford on Avon and who are in need of financial assistance
  • To provide facilities in the interest of social welfare for the recreation and other leisure-time occupation of children and young people under the age of 25 resident in Bradford on Avon with the object of improving their conditions of life

Applications for funding will be considered from parents, students, young persons, groups and organisations.


Awards are made on an annual basis and the trust is now open for 2017 applications.

For a copy of the application form please the application form section. The closing date for applications is 29 September 2017 and applications can be returned either by email or by posting a hard copy to the address on the form. Please make sure that you include the supporting information as requested.

It is anticipated that the grants panel will meet in October with applicants informed of whether they have been successful by the end of that month.


All the following educational trusts are looked after by Wiltshire Community Foundation.

  • Corsham British School Trust Fund
  • Warminster Close School Trust Fund
  • William ‘Doc’ Couch Trust Fund
  • Withy Trust Fund

For more details about these trusts please contact Wiltshire Community Foundation emailing info@wiltshirecf.org.uk


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Last updated: 30 August 2017 | Last reviewed: 30 August 2017