Chipping Campden Community Trust

A charitable trust established in 1995

About the Trust

Chipping Campden Community Trust (CCCT) is a Charitable Trust established in 1995.  95% of income comes from legacies from the Tryphena Wood and the Fred Badger Trust.  Even though these funds are restricted to helping older people, we have been able to accrue unrestricted funds from additional donations and bequests, to support projects for younger people and organisations.  We would like to increase this fund in order to do more for people of all ages in the community.

The principal aim of the Trust is to enable older people to remain at home where possible and to lead active productive lives.

The Trust also uses the limited unrestricted funds to support individuals and groups where no official support is available or limited.

The Area We Cover

Chipping Campden, Broad Campden, Mickleton, Aston and Weston-sub-Edge, Willersey, Ebrington, Saintbury, Charingworth and the Hidcotes.

Community Trust Service Provider

The Trust has grant aided Louise Kington to enable her to provide a service for the older people living in our area. Louise visits local groups and individual at home, to identify needs and make or enable referrals to the appropriate bodies. All advise is free and confidential. Louise works closely with a wide range of organisations, voluntary and statutory.

Louise Kington can be contacted via:

Telephone: 07703 566772

Examples of Grants Given

From the unrestricted funds  the Trust has been able to help a range of organisations, examples of which are Chipping Campden School, local primary schools, playgroups, recreation ground, the local Scout Group, Bowling Club, Cricket Ground and Tennis Club, Weston Sub-Edge and Chipping Campden Youth Clubs and individuals with specific needs.

From the restricted funds for the older people we have supported many individuals and organisations including Campden Voluntary Help Group, Cotswold Friends who provide a befriending and carer respite and transport services, The Campden Business Forum who is working towards regenerating the commercial centre of the Town.

The Trust has recently given a grant to Peridot Digital Ltd towards a disabled ramp for the entrance of the new relocated Post Office.  It has bought an electric piano in Badgers Field community room which is used by and gives pleasure to several groups in the town.

Over the years The Chipping Campden Community Trust has made grants totalling over £100,000

Applying for a Grant

If you, someone you know or an organisation you are involved with would like to apply for a grant, then please email with a brief description of the request and we will get back to you an application form.  All correspondence will be treated confidentially.

How You Can Help Us

If you would like to give a donation or become a Friend of the Trust please email

If you can make a practical contribution in any way, or help us with fundraising, please contact us and we would be very pleased to hear from you using the same email.


Sally Lindner – Chairman
Norman Reid – Treasurer
Sue Stainer  – Secretary

Sally Dymott
Michael Allchin
Debbie Smith
Ken Wilkins
Terrance Davis
Stephen Holder
Derek Houckham

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