The Centenary Trust Fund (CTF) is the charitable fund the Kingham Hill Association (KHA) manage. The KHA was started by the Founder's brother when the school was 1 year old.
CTF funds are used to help pupils who have both a financial and boarding need and who would benefit by coming to Kingham Hill School, but without our funding be unable to do so. CTF funds are nearly all made up of donations from ex Pupils of Kingham Hill received in 1 off bequests or in regular smaller amounts by Standing Order. Monies received by the CTF are used to continue the mission of the Founder Baring Young.
Recently we received a message from the Chairman of the Board of Governors - "The Board of Governors wish to convey to the KHA the gratitude of the board for the ongoing generous support of Kingham pupils through the provision of bursaries".
We have a number of 20th anniversary Severn hoodies for sale at £30 each. Seen here modelled by Lucy Kelly (KHS 1996-2001), they were produced as part of the 20th anniversary celebration of girls at Kingham Hill, which took place shortly before the death of Julie 'Stoddie' Stodart-Cook, Houseparent of Severn, earlier this year. On the back of the top is Stoddie's catch phrase "...get a wriggle on...".
Richard 'Cookie' Cook, is selling the hoodies for £30 each (£27 each with a £3 donation to Winston's Wish, Stoddie's charity) + postage and packaging. To order yours today, please contact Harriet Atkinson.
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