The Barron Bell Trust

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The Barron Bell Trust makes grants towards the provision, installation, inspection, repair and maintenance of carillons of bells in churches.

No maximum grant size is specified, but grants are typically between £1,000 – £3,000.

Deadline: Continuous rolling programme. Trustees meet twice a year.

For more information and how to apply please contact:

Ian Walrond
71 Lower Green Road
Pembury
Tunbridge Wells
Kent
TN2 4EB

Tel: 01892 823 289

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