Cowbridge Charter Trust cio

Cowbridge was named regional winner for the best place to live in Wales…. The accolade comes in the Sunday Times Best Places to Live in Britain guide 2017, out of a total of 12 Welsh locations making the list. The volunteers of Cowbridge Charter Trust hope that their efforts in the last 12 years has helped to secure this prize.....

The Cowbridge Charter Trust & Cowbridge Charter Trust cio are registered Charities run by volunteers.

Reg Nos 1107225 &  1156293

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OLD HALL GARDENS IMPROVEMENT PROJECT

 The Cowbridge Charter Trust cio Trustees are pleased with the response and thank everyone for their participation and time.

We have now submitted, along with your overwelming response, an "Expression of Interest" to the Welsh Government so completing Stage one of our application.
Sooner than expected our
EoI has been accepted!
Now we complete an application for Stage two. 
Awarded in 2016
BREAKING NEWS..........Welsh Government’s Rural Communities – Development Programme 2014-2020.
...............................................................The Trust’s Expression of Interest (EOI) to the Rural Communities Development Fund Scheme has been successful and the Welsh Government has invited the Trust to submit a full application for funding...

The Cowbridge Charter Trust was formed in 2003 to celebrate 750 years since the granting of the first Borough Charter on the 13th March 1254

by Richard de Clare the Lord of Glamorgan.

The Trust is pleased to acknowledge the support given by
Cowbridge with Llanblethian Town Council , the Waterloo Foundation,
generous Trust Members, individuals, and the following:-