Foundation of the Trust
The A P Taylor Trust was founded before the High Court of Justice on 16th July 1969 from the estate of the late Albert Palmer Taylor. It was registered as a Charity with the Charity Commission under number 260741 on 2nd July 1970.
Purpose of the Trust
The annual income of the Trust will be applied at the discretion of the Trustees in such manner as they think with the object of improving the conditions of life and contribute towards the recreational or leisure time occupations of the inhabitants of the Parishes of Hayes and Harlington (as they existed on 9th January 1952) without distinction of political religious or other opinion.
How to apply for a Grant from the Trust
Organisations who believe they meet the criteria are required to download and complete the Application Form and submit it to the Secretary of the Trust by 31st January each year. Applicants should attach a Copy of the previous year’s accounts for their organisation. These Accounts should show any grant made to their organisation in the previous year. Grants are distributed in May of each year.
The distribution of grants takes place annually in May at Botwell Social Hall, Botwell Lane, Hayes.
The evening will run to the following timetable:
- 7.30pm Trustees to arrive
- 8.00pm Welcome with glass of wine
- 8.30pm Distribution of Grants
- 9.00pm Buffet
- 9.30pm Social Evening