Posted 1st November 2018 | Category: Annual Reports
During 2017-2018, the Trust allocated around £1 million to projects and it will allocate a further £1 million before closure. Wherever possible we have prioritized projects that help less advantaged communities, some of them modest in scale but of immense value to their local communities.
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.