The Adnams Community Trust

The Adnams Community Trust (registered charity number 1000203) was founded in 1990 to celebrate the centenary of Adnams Plc as a public company. It operates independently of Adnams Plc and is funded by a percentage of the profits of Adnams Plc, Adnams’ dividends donated by shareholders, customer donations through the ‘Pennies’ scheme, general donations and legacies.

The Adnams Community Trust

The Adnams Community Trust (registered charity number 1000203) was founded in 1990 to celebrate the centenary of Adnams Plc as a public company. It operates independently of Adnams Plc and is funded by a percentage of the profits of Adnams Plc, Adnams’ dividends donated by shareholders, customer donations through the ‘Pennies’ scheme, general donations and legacies.

The Adnams Community Trust

The Adnams Community Trust (registered charity number 1000203) was founded in 1990 to celebrate the centenary of Adnams plc as a public company. It operates independently of Adnams plc and is funded by a percentage of the profits of Adnams plc, Adnams’ dividends donated by shareholders, customer donations through the ‘Pennies’ scheme, general donations and legacies.


WHAT WE DO

The Adnams Community Trust awards grants to worthy causes, for the benefit of those living within a 25-mile radius of Southwold. Grants range from £100 to £2,500 and must be for specific items. They are only awarded to organisations, not directly to individuals, and must be spent within one year.

This map illustrates the 25-mile catchment area.

Grants are made in the following areas:

  • - Education
  • - Health & Social Welfare
  • - The Arts
  • - Recreation
  • - Buildings & Community Facilities
  • - The Environment/Conservation
  • - History

WHAT WE DO

The Adnams Community Trust awards grants to worthy causes, for the benefit of those living within a 25-mile radius of Southwold. Grants range from £100 to £2,500 and must be for specific items. They are only awarded to organisations, not directly to individuals, and must be spent within one year.

This map illustrates the 25-mile catchment area.

Grants are made in the following areas:

  • Education
  • Health & Social Welfare
  • The Arts
  • Recreation
  • Buildings & Community Facilities
  • The Environment/Conservation
  • History

WHAT WE DO

The Adnams Community Trust awards grants to worthy causes, for the benefit of those living within a 25-mile radius of Southwold. Grants range from £100 to £2,500 and must be for specific items. They are only awarded to organisations, not directly to individuals, and must be spent within one year.

This map illustrates the 25-mile catchment area.

Grants are made in the following areas:

  • - Education
  • - Health & Social Welfare
  • - The Arts
  • - Recreation
  • - Buildings & Community Facilities
  • - The Environment/Conservation
  • - History



MAKING A DONATION

We are extremely grateful to all those who decide to give to The Adnams Community Trust. All administrative costs of the Trust are met by Adnams plc, which means that every penny you raise or donate goes directly to good causes.

 

Donations can be made in the following ways:

 


Make an online donation or fundraise

for The Adnams Community Trust through the Totalgiving Website.

Send a cheque made payable to the Adnams Community Trust

to The Adnams Community Trust Administrator, Adnams Plc, Sole Bay Brewery, Southwold, IP18 6JW

Set up a standing order

please contact The Adnams Community Trust Administrator for the necessary form

Mandate your Adnams Plc dividends to the Adnams Community Trust

please contact The Adnams Community Trust Administrator for the appropriate documentation

Remember us in your will

please contact The Adnams Community Trust Administrator for the appropriate documentation


If you are a UK tax payer we may also be able to claim Gift Aid on any donations you make. Please click here to download a Gift Aid form or contact The Adnams Community Trust Administrator.

 

Applying for

A grant

Our Board of Trustees awards grants four times a year, in January, April, July and October. Find more information on applying for a grant by clicking the button below.

MEET OUR TRUSTEES


The Adnams Community Trust is managed by a skilled board of Trustees, who run the Trust independently of Adnams plc.

They are a mix of elected Adnams employees, Adnams directors and others whose expertise and commitment to our community add to the quality of decision-making.

 

All Trustees give their time freely, and no remuneration is paid.

 


Jonathan Adnams OBE

Chairman & Original Trustee

Dr Andy Wood OBE DL

Director Trustee

Juliet Grimes

Co-opted Trustee and Group Scout Leader

Simon Loftus OBE

Original Trustee

Guy heald

Co-opted Trustee

Clare Teasdel

Employee Trustee

Melvyn Horn

Co-opted Trustee and former Adnams Employee Trustee

Samantha Crocker

Employee Trustee

Geoffrey Stevens

Co-opted Trustee and Director of Pathways Care Farm

joshua freeman

Employee Trustee

Jonathan Adnams obe

Chairman & Original Trustee

Dr Andy Wood obe

Director Trusteee

Juliet Grimes

Co-opted Trustee and Group Scout Leader

Simon Loftus obe

Original Trustee

Guy heald

Co-opted Trustee

Clare Teasdel

Employee Trustee

Melvyn Horn

Co-opted Trustee and former Adnams Employee Trustee

Samantha Crocker

Employee Trustee

Geoffrey Stevens

Co-opted Trustee and Director of Pathways Care Farm

joshua freeman

Employee Trustee



The Adnams Community Trust

Reports & Accounts

As a registered charitable trust (No 1000203) the Adnams Community Trust operates independently of Adnams plc. It publishes annual, independently examined accounts.

 

 

If you would like a copy of earlier accounts, please contact communitytrust@adnams.co.uk




Contact us

Email: communitytrust@adnams.co.uk
Telephone: 01502 727200


Rebecca Abrahall
The Adnams Community Trust Administrator
c/o 23 The Street
Brockdish
IP21 4JY



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POLICies

The Trustees of the Adnams Community Trust take great care with the governance of the charity, operating in line with our Trust Deed. The skills of the Trustees are assessed on an annual basis. Our policies are also reviewed annually, and a Register of Interests is kept. Copies of our policies can be found here:

 

The Adnams Community Trust Privacy Policy

The Adnams Community Trust Anti Fraud Policy

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