Representing the villages of Alton Barnes, Alton Priors and Honeystreet

Pile Educational Charity - Get Funded

Pile Educational Charity - Get Funded

Robert Pile GRANT APPLICATION as of May 2023

The Robert Pile Educational Charity

The Robert Pile Educational Charity exists to assist anyone who has been resident in Alton Barnes, Alton Priors or Honeystreet for over 2 years with financial help for the furtherance of education.

This can include the cost of:-

Obtaining professional qualifications

Nursery school fees

Extra curriculum classes such as music/art/drama

Driving lessons

Transport to College

School trips*

University/College expenses

*Special conditions apply

This is a local educational charity that has funds available to support the education of any resident of Alton Barnes, Alton Priors and Honeystreet who is in need financial assistance to access a course or educational activity. The Charity was set up on the proceeds from the sale of the old school in Alton Barnes.

Applications can be for adult courses or for children but cannot be used to pay for what should be provided by the local educational authority. Courses or activities considered should be designed so as to improve an individual’s educational development or qualifications.

Assistance is normally provided to cover up to 50% of the identified costs. Invoices have to be provided to the charity.

The applicant needs to have been a resident for two years within the Parish.

David Carson (Chair) 07721422720

Revd Mark Windsor 01672 564265

Kate Thopson 07789 325327

Arhur Johnson  01672 519372

David Mayes 07802304546

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