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  • 8/9 September 2017

    Join us for our 20th Anniversary - a spectacular outdoor event for all ages

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  • £1m for the Rosemary Appeal

    £1m in match funding for a new cancer care and dialysis centre at West Berkshire Community Hospital

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  • Pitch to the Panel

    9th November 2017 - a gala evening at the Corn Exchange, Newbury, where local community projects can win £100,000

     

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  • Step Up 4 Good

    A family fun run round Greenham Common on Sunday 15th October in support of a local project

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  • A Music Bursary Fund for local primary school children

    A Music Bursary Fund, delivered through local primary schools, to give young children the chance to learn how to play a musical instrument.

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  • Victoria Park skate & play area

    £100,000 boost to Newbury Town Council’s new skate park & play area project

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  • Building Communities

    Over £4 million to restore, renovate or build over 100 local village halls, clubhouses and community buildings through our Community Buildings Improvement Programme.

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  • Growing2gether

    Voluntary sector partnership in action with a Horticultural Therapy Project supported by the Trust & National Lottery.

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  • Broadway House

    Greenham Trust’s flagship project. A one-stop-shop for counselling & voluntary organisations in the heart of Newbury.

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Welcome

Please note that we have changed our name to Greenham Trust

nearly £40 million in funding for local good causes since 1997

over 1000 local charities, projects and institutions have benefitted

 

“We embrace the idea of creating innovative solutions for the voluntary sector and local community and encourage charities to work closely in partnership with local authorities and the private sector to maximise the benefit to the local community.”

Chris Boulton, Greenham Trust

"Greenham Trust has become one of the most important charitable supporters and grant givers in West Berkshire."

Leila Ferguson, West Berkshire Mencap