“The skills that I have gained from this trip will be of utmost importance in years to come, and I have the Trust to thank for granting me the opportunity to go"
Welcome to Bramshott Educational Trust
The Bramshott Educational Trust is a fund to support young people under 25 years in the Bramshott Parish (the Parish includes Liphook, Bramshott, Passfield, Conford and parts of Hammer Vale located in Hampshire).
The Trust was set up with the proceeds of the sale of Bramshott Boys School with the aim of providing financial support for educational endeavours.
About Bramshott Educational Trust
The Trust was established in 1987 following the sale of the boys' school in Bramshott. The proceeds of the sale have been invested ever since and the grants awarded annually represent the income earned on that investment.
The Trust deed specifies who can be appointed as a Trustee and this includes the vicar of the Parish and representatives of the Parish Council and of Hampshire County Council. The other Trustees are members of the public who are resident in the Parish of Bramshott and Liphook. Anyone who is interested in finding out more about the Trust or donating to its work should complete the contact form.
Apply for a grant
Please ensure you apply by the deadline dates of 15th April or 15th October
All grants are awarded on condition that the specific event, course, trip or other purpose for which the grant was awarded takes place. If the specific purpose for which the grant is awarded is cancelled for any reason, including but not limited to Covid-19 related factors, or the applicant opts not to go ahead, then the grant must be returned to the Trust. Repayments can be made by cheque or bank transfer. Contact the Clerk for full detail on how to make a repayment.
“This whole experience from start to finish has taught me such a lot and I have grown up considerably during the process. It has inspired a love of travel, an appreciation that you need to work hard to achieve your goals, teamwork and the value of money. It provided many lifelong memories”