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Charles Graham Stone's Relief in Need Charity


This a small charity that supports residents of Churchill, Langford and Burrington.  

Criteria: applicants must reside in, or be strongly connected with the parish(es) of Churchill, Langford or Burrington, be in a condition of need, hardship or distress, and be prepared to share with the trustees why they need the support.

Funds are limited, but the trust has received a limited number of applications in the recent past, and the trustees are hoping to make more residents aware of the support it offers.

The charity is administered by the trustees of the Alms Houses in Churchill and Langford.

Applications may be made to the clerk, Ann Molloy Clerkhillarmshouses@gmx.co.uk

Legge's Charity

Legge’s is a small local charity which provides grants to families who live in the Parish of Wrington or whose children attend or have attended Wrington Primary School, to help with the cost of extra-curricular activities such as music lessons, school residential trip costs, school visits or special tuition, special equipment, uniform, etc. Children who live in Wrington but attend Burrington Primary would also be eligible to apply.

In these days of costly educational experiences, lessons etc., we would urge you to consider applying.  Anyone wishing to make an application should collect a form from the school office reception area and complete it and return to school or directly to Gabrielle Wilson, 4 Old Station Close, Wrington.   Alternatively, you can download the form here.

We really encourage you to apply; the grant is there to enhance the educational experience of children.  All correspondence relating to any grants requested or issued is totally confidential. If you would like to speak to Ms Joskey in confidence about it before applying, she would be very happy to meet with you.

Pupil Premium


Pupil Premium money is provided to support the raising of attainment of children who are eligible for free school meals or are in particular circumstances (e.g. children whose parents are serving in the armed forces, looked after and adopted children).


The school will use funds to provide the costs of educational visits, music lessons, uniform and even extracurricular clubs. One eligible, the grant lasts for 6 years (even if circumstances change).

Further information regarding pupil premium can be found here

To find out whether you are eligible for free school meals and the pupil premium grant, please check here

Alternatively, contact the school directly with your National Insurance number and we would be happy to check for you.