Samuel William Farmer Charitable Trust

The Samuel William Farmer Trust provides grants to charitable organisations in the UK. Grants have varied from £1 to £10k

The scheme is intended to support organisations undertaking projects with the following themes:

  •  To benefit poor persons who through ill health or old age are unable to earn their own livelihood.
  • Education and training.
  • To benefit hospitals, nursing and convalescent homes.
    Wildlife and conservation.
  • Local community.

Details on charity commission website

Mrs Melanie Linden-Fermor
Samuel William Farmer Trust
71 High Street
Market Lavington
Wiltshire
SN10 4AG
Tel: 01380 813299

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  1. The Glaslyn Ospreys in Snowdonia are the most succesful recorded in Wales. The Glaslyn estuary is designated a Site of Special Scientific Interest with its riverside habitats of floodplains,grasslands and woodlands.Many of its rare and interesting plants and birds are recorded at our Viewing Centre.Since 2006,a Community Interest Group made up of volunteers have raised funds to establish a Viewing Centre. Our main objectives can be summed up:-
    To protect an area of unique and irreplaceable qualities and to ensure that breeding ospreys and other wildlife thrive. To benefit and educate children,the viewing public and support the local economy.
    We are now seeking funding of £4000 to employ an Education Officer to work 2 days a week during the operating season. Involving local children,young people and family groups to give knowledge,confidence and enthusiasm.

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