The Pulham St Mary Town Estate charity, which originally consisted of land and property in the village, was set up to provide financial support for the church, for the needy of the parish and for educational purposes.
The William Pennoyer Gift for the Poor charity is a trust established under the terms of William Pennoyer’s will, dated 25th May 1670. This states that a sum of money should be distributed annually amongst the poor of the parish on a Sunday soon after Christmas.
The trustees invite applications for grants from parishioners, or organisations which benefit the village.
Grants are available to help with education/training costs and also for anyone in financial need.
Application forms can be downloaded from the link below and are also available from the village Post Office (in the folder with the Parish Council minutes).
All enquires will be treated in the strictest confidence.