Honourable Company of Gloucester

The Honourable Company of Gloucestershire

Who we are...

Who we are...

Follow the link below to find out who we are as well as something of our history, objectives, Charitable Trust and constitution. Above is the Warden, Air Marshal Sir Dusty Miller, at the opening of a new exhibition at Gloucester's Jet Age Museum on Saturday 31 March, the day before the 100th anniversary of the RAF's formation on 1 April 1918.

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What we do...

What we do...

Follow the link below to find out more about our activities, in particular the Interest Groups: Armed Forces, Arts & Heritage, Business, Community Support and Sports. The Honourable Company Charitable Trust made a grant of £1,050 to the Severn Area Rescue Association (SARA) for the purchase of new personal protective equipment, in this case three new drysuits. Following an exhilarating trip on the Severn in SARA Lifeboat 1, the Warden presented the cheque to Mark Carwardine, Chairman of the Severn Area Rescue Association, alongside Ed Davy, the Deputy Chairman. SARA volunteers specialise in Land Search, Cliff/Mountain and Water Rescue. To discover more about SARA, please go to www.sara-rescue.org.uk.

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The Company

There’s no better way of defining what we do than by setting out our objectives. They are to promote Gloucestershire, and the best interests of the county, through fellowship and by supporting industry, commerce, sport, education, science, the arts, the armed forces, youth and voluntary organisations. We encourage leadership and debate, promote and recognise excellence and encourage charitable giving in order to provide a positive influence on life in the county. In short, everything we do is  ‘For Gloucestershire’.

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The Trust

In 2012 the Company set up a separate Charitable Trust as a tax-efficient way of reinforcing its objectives. The generosity of our members in contributing to the Trust each year – effectively a condition of membership – thus enables us to support a number of worthy causes. For more about the Trust, and also how to apply for a grant, simply click on the link below.

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Latest Info

It has been a busy 3 months for the Company. It recently sponsored a discussion focusing on anchor institutions in relation to the ongoing consultation to consider what Gloucestershire might look like in 2050. It held a belated Spring Dinner at Chavenage House, which was attended by 62 members and guests. Some members have participated in visits to St Mary's Church, Fairford and to Rodmarton Manor. If you would like to find out more about these events and other activities, please follow the link below. The next event for all members will be the Annual Dinner on 18 October.

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All content copyright © 2017 Honourable Company of Gloucester. Company No. 06442628, Incorporated in England and Wales. The Honourable Company of Gloucestershire Charitable Trust was incorporated under a Declaration of Trust dated 21 March 2012. Registered with the Charity Commission under reference number 1147656

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