Boleh Trust

Objectives

Object 1

a.    To advance, promote and assist in life and relieve the needs of both adults and young people disadvantaged due to adverse social, economic or health conditions through:

b.    The advancement of education in traditional shipwright skills.

c.     Providing support and activities which develop their skills, capacities and capabilities to enable them to participate in society as responsible individuals.

d.    The provision of recreational, educational, training and leisure time activities provided in the interests of social welfare, designed to improve their conditions in life

Object 2

For the public benefit the promotion, preservation and maintenance of British maritime heritage and, in particular, the preservation and maintenance in full working order of examples of sailing vessels of historic significance

 

Activities

Training, education, conservation, heritage, sport, recreation

Charity Trustees

Chris Austin, Guy Fithen, David Knight, George Middleton, Henry Middleton, Piers Middleton, Caroline Middleton, Sophia Mirchandani & Vice Admiral Sir David Steel

Date of Registration

7 August 2009

Governing Document

Deed of Trust dated 7 August 2009, as amended by the Supplemental Deed dated 18 March 2010

Area of Benefit

Undefined.  In practice, the British Isles

Charity Reference

Charity Commission Registration Number, 1135117. See Charity Commission site for full details. HM Revenue and Customs reference, XT19960.

Contact

Henry Middleton, Boleh Trust Office, The Old Shop, Enford, Pewsey, Wilts SN9 6AR.