Anthony Edmonds Charity provides grants for educational purposes for children and young adults, up to the age of 25, who live in the ancient parishes of Henbury, Westbury on Trym and Horfield.
The Anthony Edmonds Charity, which is housed in Henbury Village Hall, was founded in 1623 to offer educational assistance to poor pupils.
We make an effort to offer educational grants for courses, apprenticeships, and other less formal projects whether or not they result in certifications.
We think it is everyone's duty to adhere to the rules and policies that advance the welfare and safety of all children and young people.
Have a look at the official map of the areas covered by the Anthony Edmonds Charity so you can check against it for residential qualification.
Disclaimer: The charity goes by the Ancient Parishes not the current boundaries.
All applications will be taken into consideration, even though we are not wealthy and may not be able to sponsor every one of them. Please complete and submit our application form, and we will respond to you as soon as possible.