Drayton Common Land Trustee Fund Annual Distribution 2020
If you live in Drayton Parslow and are currently finding it difficult to afford essential things, you might be eligible for a grant from the Drayton Common Land Trust Fund. These grant criteria will be as follows:
The Trustees shall annually apply such rents for the relief of financial hardship, either generally or individually, of people in Drayton Parslow Parish by making grants of money for providing or paying for items, services or facilities.
This grant can still take the form of a credit towards electricity bills however the Trustees are now able to consider other requests that fit the criteria above.
Villagers can nominate themselves or can nominate a neighbour, friend or acquaintance who might be reluctant to apply on their own behalf. All applications and distributions from the fund are handled in confidence. The closing date for applications is 20th November 2020 as the grants will be decided at the meeting on the 30th November 2020.
To be eligible, even if you have received credits from this Fund in the past, you need to apply in writing to:
Mrs Susan Watson, Clerk to the Trustees, PO Box 6440, Milton Keynes MK1 9HZ
Please make sure that you include:
- Applicant’s full name and address. (Please also provide your own name, address and phone number if you are nominating someone else).
- Applicant’s telephone number
- A brief explanation of why you are requesting a grant
- For electricity payments please also include:
- Name of electricity provider
- Electricity account number
- If applicant is on a Meter Payment Card
- For other grants further information/invoices may be required as requested by the trustees in order to make a payment.
Applicants will be contacted during December 2020 to tell them whether their application was successful.
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