The George Fentham Trusts were established in 1698 by the will of George Fentham dated 1690. It is a charity supporting residents within the Parish of Hampton-in-Arden. What is commonly referred to as ‘the Fentham Trust’ is made up of:

  • George Fentham Hampton-In-Arden Endowed Charity (1098618)
  • Educational Foundation of George Fentham (528816)

The trustees are the same for both charities, although the areas of benefit are slightly different, and distribution of any grants is co-ordinated accordingly.

You can find out more about the charities by browsing this website, by emailing us at clerk@georgefenthamtrust.org.uk or calling us on 01675 443850

Applications now open for our Educational Grants Scheme 2021

Educational Grants are available for students to help with their study costs for Hampton-in-Arden students leaving secondary education and moving on to an apprenticeship, further education, training scheme, or NVQs.

THESE DISCRETIONARY GRANTS WILL BE VARIABLE AND AWARDED ON MERIT.

Applicants must have lived in Hampton-in-Arden for a minimum of two years.

Successful applicants will be required to complete 10 hours work in the community of Hampton-in-Arden, as determined by the Fentham Trust each year; this will include attending a Mental Health Awareness Briefing.

All applicants will be required to attend an interview on one of the following mornings:

Saturday 19th June 2021

Saturday 26th June 2021

APPLICATIONS TO BE RECEIVED BY 31st MAY 2021

To apply, please click here:     Apply now

If you require any further information please email: clerk@georgefenthamtrust.org.uk