No one, surely? If this offer may be of some potential interest, however, please note that this applies exclusively to registered charities: the West Show Association is disbanding and is planning to disburse its funds – some £22,000 – to registered Jersey charities with aims similar to its own aims.
These include: ‘to provide and encourage the provision of facilities for educating, informing and promoting public interest in Jersey in the history and the present and future development of Jersey cattle, agriculture and horticulture in Island life and culture.’
It is issuing an invitation to registered Jersey charities to apply for grants and to make a pitch for funding, describing the project for which they need the money and how any funding would be used by them.
Registered charities interested in applying for funding are invited to apply to the
West Show Association secretary, Lesley Curgenven, (firstname.lastname@example.org)
by 25 May 2020.
They will then be sent a form in which they should specify full details of how they would wish to use any grant received. A committee decision will then be taken as to how funding will be apportioned before approval is sought from the Royal Court.
See further in the Spring issue of RURAL magazine.