Town Trust Lends its Support

Our trustees and residents are delighted that the Town Trust has awarded a 'hardship grant' for the benefit of the residents of one of our almshouse charities.  

The Trust gave £1,000 towards the cost of secondary glazing for the front windows at The Mary Newland's Almshouses in Guild Street.  Although the windows have sealed double-glazed units, our property surveyor recommended that the addition of secondary glazing would be of great benefit - not only helping to save our residents' heating costs, but also reduce the noise of the traffic on the busy road outside. This improvement is of significant pertinence following the recent hikes in fuel prices.

On behalf of our residents, the trustees would like to say THANK YOU!

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Every year, Stratford Town Trust supports good causes, mainly through grants to local communities, groups and individuals, helping those in need and enriching the lives of people in Stratford-upon-Avon.

​The Trust's purposes cover a range of charitable activities such as:-

Helping people who are in need - for example because they are elderly, disabled, poor, physically or mentally ill, lonely or frightened

Providing facilities (such as buildings and equipment) or services to give people more opportunity for Education and Personal Development, taking part in recreation, leisure pursuits or amateur sport, taking part in, or enjoying, arts, culture and science

Supporting things which benefit the people of Stratford. For instance protecting the environment, preserving our heritage, promoting human rights and social harmony, promoting Christianity and other religions, preventing crime, civic pride

Since 2001, the Trust has approved more than 1000 grants. Its trustees have:

  • ​Provided substantial grants to all the schools in Town
  • ​Supported countless community groups for people of all ages
  • ​Assisted community arts organisations
  • Funded the Christmas Lights and Stratford in Bloom
  • Helped numerous people suffering from poverty and other problems

​If you think the Town Trust can help you or your organisation, visit their website