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TARVIN EDUCATION TRUST

Applications close 04/09/17. The Tarvin Education Trust is a Charity established to manage the endowment of the old Tarvin Grammar School.

Former Tarvin Grammer School


Its purpose is to assist the educational needs of students of secondary school age and older who live in the Ancient Parish of Tarvin.
This assistance may take the form of financial assistance for tuition fees, books, musical instruments and travel on approved courses.
The next round of applications should be no later than 4th September 2017 to:
The Clerk to the Governors, Mr D H Cotgreave, Brown Heath Farm, Tarvin Chester CH3 8NE
Tel: 01829740231
email: dhcotgreave@btinternet.com

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