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Haddenham Educational Charity Grants

Haddenham Parish Council is the Trustee of Haddenham Educational Charity which was set up from the Old British School Charity when the Old British School was sold.

Each year the Council awards small sums of money to students in the village who need help towards their education.

Awards are available for all educational purposes including books, tools, and maintenance to support higher education, apprenticeships, sporting and social training.

The closing date for applications is 30th September 2018.

The Council will review the applications during October and awards will be made in early November.

If you would like to apply for a grant an application form can be found on the Charitable Trusts section of the Haddenham Parish Council website.

Alternatively you can contact the Clerk by email haddenhampc@btconnect.com or phone 01844 292411

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