Our aim is to preserve and promote Britain’s historical and intellectual assets and to provide assistance to vulnerable members of society.

We do this by supporting projects where our funds will make the greatest impact. We are also interested in projects where charities are having difficulty in raising funds from other sources.

We aim to be flexible while at the same time staying within our overall priorities.

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History

1991

Funding for the Rainer Foundation to establish a bail hostel pilot scheme in Birmingham

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Plans to partly restore Clandon Park House following the devastating fire in 2015

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Clandon Park, the National Trust property that burned down last year, is to be restored.
The Grade I-listed home, built in 1720, was 95 per cent destroyed in the fire, with all-but 400 of the priceless items within it destroyed.

The trust said it was confident a number of principal rooms on the ground floor, including the Marble Hall, Speakers’ Parlour and Saloon, could be fully restored.

The upper floors, considered to be less architecturally significant, will be turned into spaces for exhibitions, events and performances.

 

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