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By Haddenham Webteam - 25th September 2019 5:00pm
Do you need assistance to pursue an educational objective (including social and physical training)?
Modest grants are available from the Haddenham Educational Charity, but you need to apply soon.
The Haddenham Educational Charity has an income from the investment made following the sale of the Old British School in Churchway.
The Old British School was a charity, with a deed of 1851, the original deed being varied over time until 1982 when the sale of the school was authorised the deed was varied to the scheme in existence today. The Trustee of the Charity became Haddenham Parish Council at this time.
Applications for small grants to support residents of Haddenham to provide assistance with pursuing further education, including university, apprenticeships, sports and the arts.
More information can be found in the grant awarding policy, including an application form, by clicking here.
Or by contacting the Parish Clerk — Telephone: 01844 292411 Email: email@example.com
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