Advice was taken by those in
charge of the Community Care organisation, as to the best way to
handle and manage this substantial sum; that advice (from lawyers
specialising in this type of work) was to incorporate and to
register a charitable trust, responsible for the administration of
Accordingly, the Felmersham and Radwell Community Trust became
officially registered as a charity in February 2004.
The organisers of the Community Care, as the original beneficiary
of Margaret Alleway’s will, have invited a group of six village
residents to be the administrators of the new Trust, and to be
registered with the Charity Commission as its Trustees.
The Trustees are Peter Hartop,
Jeffrey Stokley, Gillian Whiteway, Patrick Doyle and Chris Spoor. They are
responsible for all aspects of running the Trust.
Summary of Trust
i) to provide help with domestic support, for the elderly, sick,
disabled, or those in need within the two villages, in
co-operation with other relevant providers of such help; and
ii) to provide facilities for social welfare, recreation and
leisure, again in co-operation with other relevant organisations,
for the benefit of the inhabitants of these villages.
Grant Application Form (PDF File)