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



 The Cowbridge Charter Trust cio have submitted part two of the application for the full funding for the Project.    The result will be printed in the GEM when we know if it has been successful.

                                   An update will be given at our AGM, 6:45pm Wednesday 28th March.     The AGM is open to the public as well as our Members.

Awarded in 2016 and again in 2017 click Flag to download full report
BREAKING NEWS..........Welsh Government’s Rural Communities – Development Programme 2014-2020.
..The final part of the application to the Welsh Government’s Rural Communities Development Fund has been submitted. We would like to thank Phil Chappell and the Creative Rural Communities team for all their help and guidance in completing this application.

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:-