Bradmoor Farm, Rear Car Park
St Mary's Church
By Haddenham Webteam - 29th November 2020 8:45pm
The trustees of the Haddenham Parochial Charities are inviting applications from residents in need.
Consisting of three registered ancient charities: Joseph Franklin (204185), Alms Corn (237265) and Revd John Willis (205529), the charities historically provided bread, coal and seed corn for the poor at Christmas. Nowadays, the trustees make a gift of money to claimants in need of support.
To apply, please complete the application form, available from the parish council website
Or collect a paper copy from the doorstep boxes at the addresses of the trustees, below:
Alan Rose (291004) 14 Stockwell, HP17 8AX
Steve Sharp (290597) Woodend House, High Street, HP17 8ER
John Wheeler (296134) 5 Quakers Mede, HP17 8EB
John Wilson (291200) Greenway, HP17 8BJ
Please return the completed form to one of the above addresses by 1st December 2020.
Applicants' details are kept confidential to the trustees.
If you know of a relative, friend or neighbour who is in need, please let them know about the charities and help them to apply.
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