E F and M G Hall Charitable Trust

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Founded in 1968, the E F and M G Hall Charitable Trust was established to support general charitable purposes including children, older people, disability, medical charities and churches. It also owns three holiday cottages in Pevensey Bay, which provide holidays for senior citizens from the Edenbridge area.

Grants ranged between £50 and £2,550, with the majority being between £100 and £500 and applications can be submitted at any time.

For more information please contact:

Moira Hall, Trustee
Holmsley House
Holtye Common
Cowden
Edenbridge
Kent
TN8 7ED

Telephone: 01342 850 571
Email: shovelstrode@hotmail.com

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