Posted 1st October 2017 | Category: Annual Reports
During the 2016 - 2017 year we have allocated over £1,100,000 and committed a further £365,000 to projects that will not begin to draw down their funds until next year. That’s nearly £1.5 million allocated to a wide range of excellent county schemes!
Posted 10th September 2016 | Category: Annual Reports
This year, we offered a grant of £160,000 to one Flagship Project, The Roses Theatre Trust, and grants to three Major Projects, totalling £184,875.
Posted 16th September 2015 | Category: Annual Reports
This year, we offered a grant of £243,168 to one Flagship Project, Tewkesbury Nature Reserve, and grants to six Major Projects, ranging from £50,000 to £150,000.
Posted 1st March 2014 | Category: Annual Reports
Flagship Projects in 2013-2014 were the Gloucester Boathouse Project (£250,000), the Walled Garden at Stroud Museum (£250,000) and Gunns Mill for the Forest of Dean Preservation Trust (£150,000).
Posted 1st March 2013 | Category: Annual Reports
Two particularly interesting projects funded by the Trust in 2012-2013 were the new Jet Age Museum at Staverton and the restoration of the Pittville Gates in Cheltenham.
Posted 1st March 2012 | Category: Annual Reports
Two of the projects funded by the Trust during 2011-2012 have been particularly exciting and in both cases, the Board allocated a larger sum than the applicant asked for: a grant of £150,000 for suspended walkways at Chedworth Roman Villa and £35,000 towards a new sports hall in Quedgeley.
Posted 1st March 2011 | Category: Annual Reports
During 2010-2011, the Board made the decision to grant substantial funds to individual ‘flagship’ projects. As a result, the Board will now consider allocating up to £250,000 to outstanding projects that make a noticeable difference to Gloucestershire’s communities and environment.
Posted 1st March 2010 | Category: Annual Reports
The 2009-2010 Annual Report was presented by Professor Stephen Owen after his first year as chair. This followed an eight year tenure by his predecessor, Adrian Phillips, who granted a total of approx. £6 million.