THE NORTH YARD COMMUNITY TRUST

The North Yard Community Trust CIO has been set up as an independent organisation to manage £150,000 a year for 25 years on behalf of local people living in Barne Barton, Keyham, Kings Tamerton, St Budeaux and Weston Mill.

 

We’ve distributed over £730,000 to more than 90 local projects.

 

The Trust funds projects that benefit people living in the North Yard Community Trust CIO area. Projects from a wide range of categories can be supported including improving public spaces, youth facilities, public health schemes, well-being initiatives, energy efficiency initiatives, improving underused land, sustainable transport, restoration of historic buildings and regeneration projects.

How we work

The North Yard Community Trust CIO is run by local people for the benefit of our local area. We are supported by local Plymouth City Councillors and advised by Plymouth Community Healthcare, Plymouth City Council and MVV.

Latest Grants

Trustee Vacancies

Trustee Vacancies

The Trust has one vacant Trustee position on the Board for St Budeaux. The role will require you to serve as an ambassador for the charity promoting the understanding and recognition of, and support for, the North Yard Community Trust CIO.

For the vacancy, the ideal person will need to live in the St Budeaux area. The ideal person will need to have good local knowledge and be active in the local community. They will need to be IT literate, a team player and be able to communicate clearly and sensitively and to take an active part in discussions.

The role will require attendance at one evening meeting per month and Trustees will be expected to take time to prepare in advance for those meetings. Trustees may be asked to attend additional meetings when required and to visit projects.

This is a voluntary role and there is no remuneration.

For further information, a full role description or to request an application form please contact the Office Manager at admin@northyardcommunitytrust.org.uk or on 01752 764455

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Plymouth’s Great War – Interim Report

Plymouth’s Great War – Interim Report

Project intention: to engage large numbers of local children in an experiential look at WW1, to learn about how the war impacted their home city and the wider world. Project Aims: to expose the children to a creative approach to WW1 using drama, slide show...

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2021-22 Meeting Dates

2021-22 Meeting Dates

The North Yard Community Trust Board meets on the third Tuesday of the month. From September meetings will be held every two months.

September 2021: Application meeting on 21st September

Applications and all associated documentation must be received by 12.00 on Friday 10th September to be considered at this meeting

November 2021: Application Meeting on Tuesday 16th November

Applications and all associated documentation must be received by 12.00 on Friday 5th November to be considered at this meeting

January 2022: Application Meeting on Tuesday 18th January

Applications and all associated documentation must be received by 12.00 on Friday 7th January to be considered at this meeting

March 2022: Application Meeting on Tuesday 15th March

Applications and all associated documentation must be received by 12.00 on Friday 4th March to be considered at this meeting

May 2022: Application Meeting on Tuesday 17th May

Applications and all associated documentation must be received by 12.00 on Friday 6th May to be considered at this meeting

July 2022: Application Meeting on Tuesday 19th July

Applications and all associated documentation must be received by 12.00 on Friday 8th July to be considered at this meeting

September 2022: Application Meeting on Tuesday 20th September

Applications and all associated documentation must be received by 12.00 on Friday 9th September to be considered at this meeting

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