Grant Application Rules and Information
Eligibility of Beneficiary:
To be eligible for funding, applicants must:
- • live within 10 miles of Market Harborough, Leicestershire and be a permanent resident in the UK
- • be a student attending school in years 4 to 13 in year of grant receipt
- • show particular promise and enthusiasm towards their instrument/singing
- • require financial assistance to progress on their chosen musical instrument/voice
Grants only considered to support the playing of one of the following:
Woodwind: Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Saxophone, Bassoon
Brass: Trumpet, Trombone, French Horn, Tuba, Euphonium, Cornet
String: Violin, Viola, Violoncello, Double Bass, Harp
Other: Piano, Percussion, Classical Guitar, Bass Guitar, Electric Guitar, Voice
Documents Required to Apply For a Grant:
The following documents should be sent to the address on the Grant Application Form:
- • A completed, signed Grant Application Form (3 pages)
- • A current passport photograph of the applicant signed and dated on the reverse by your instrumental/vocal teacher
- • A completed Reference (See Grant Application Form) from the beneficiary’s instrumental/vocal teacher
- • A copy of the beneficiary’s most recent instrumental/vocal examination comments sheet, where possible
- • A copy of the beneficiary’s most recent instrumental/vocal teacher’s report, where possible
Conditions of Entry:
The beneficiary’s parent/ guardian must:
- • agree to these Grant Application Rules and Information
- • be aware of this application and agrees for the details contained to be considered for financial support.
- • confirm that all details provided within the Grant Application Form are, to the best of their knowledge, true and accurate.
- • understand that financial support will be immediately withdrawn if any information provided is found to be either inaccurate or not in the spirit of the Great Bowden Recital Trust.
- • agree, on behalf of the beneficiary, to ensure that all lessons, except in medical circumstances, will be attended promptly to prevent the Trust funding lessons that are not attended. The Trust will request regular attendance reports for all beneficiaries.
The information given will be used for the purpose of processing the application. The Great Bowden Recital Trust is under a duty to protect the funds that it handles and may use the information provided on the form to accurately assess the application and to prevent and detect fraud.
Every effort will be made to encourage the beneficiary to remain/become involved in school and/or county/area choirs or ensembles where places are available.
All correspondence should quote the beneficiary’s name and date of birth and be addressed to:
GBRT, PO Box 10704, Market Harborough LE17 0HL