THE WARWICK APRENTICING CHARITIES
(With support from The King Henry VIII Endowed Trust, Warwick, and The Warwick Relief in Need Charity)
Messrs, Moore & Tibbits, Solicitors
34 High Street,
Warwick, CV34 4BE
Please note: Applicants must reside in the Town of Warwick, i.e. postcode CV34
STATEMENT OF APPLICANT
The items for which I request assistance are an essential requirement of my course and/or preparation for my intended occupation. I enclose a letter giving further details about myself, the course of study/training envisaged, and details of the apprenticeship if applicable, and of the costs of what is required.
STATEMENT OF PRINCIPAL, COLLEGE TUTOR OR TRAINING OFFICER
The applicant is known to me, and I affirm that what is detailed above is correct to the best of my knowledge, and that what is requested is an essential part of the applicant’s course of study and/or preparation for his/her profession/occupation or advancement in life.
Requests for assistance exceed the charity’s resources. When the trustees are unable to meet requests in full or in part, they are unable to enter further discussions.
Please return the completed form to:
C E R Houghton, Clerk to the Trustees, Warwick Apprenticing Charities, 34 High Street, Warwick, CV34 4BE
together with a letter giving further details of the applicant, the course of study/project envisaged, and costs.
The Warwick Apprenticing Charities incorporate the Charities of Sir Thomas Puckering – 1636, John Hadley – 1702, Richard Lane – 1723, Sir Thomas Delves – 1727 and George Webb – 1733.