Scholarship & Fellowship Trusts

The Dance Scholarship Trust

The Dance Scholarship Trust was established in 1988 to support the Scholarship programme organised by the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings (SPAB). The Trust is named in honour of Monica Dance, Secretary of the SPAB for many years and staunch advocate of the Scholarship until her death in 1999. The Trust was set up with the specific intention of helping to guarantee funds for the Scholarship in the future. The Trust also provides the additional benefit of a chance for Scholars to get together annually at the AGM.

To find out more information about the Dance Scholarship Trust visit the website

Registered Charity No 802165


 

The William Morris Craft Fellowship Trust

The William Morris Craft Fellowship Trust logo

The William Morris Craft Fellowship Trust was establised in 1998 by eleven craftsmen and women that had completed the Fellowship organised by Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings (SPAB).

The trust's aim was to raise a large capital sum with the initial target of £250,000 and through interest accrued this would allow to fund up to two places on the Fellowship.

To date the trust have successfully reached their first target and it is now their intention to set a new target of £500,000, this would not only allow the trust to fund two places on the Fellowship but also enable the trust to consider creating bursaries for the self employed, or candidates that have to take unpaid leave in order to attend the course.

To find out more information about the William Morris Craft Fellowship Trust  visit the website

Registered Charity No 1079505