This village charity, dating from the mid-seventeenth century, provides modest financial assistance to any person, in need, living within the Parish of Hemingford Grey. Grants are typically less than £500 in a one-off payment. A grant might be made in kind, not necessarily in cash.

The eastern boundary of the Parish of Hemingford Grey runs down the middle of the London Road. Please note that many residents’ postal addresses that include St Ives, PE27 are within the parish. The eastern boundary of the Parish of Hemingford Grey runs down the middle of the London Road.

Applications may be made in confidence, or advice received from The Langley Trust; simply email the Secretary and she will arrange for a trustee to visit you.  You may first like to speak to the Chairman of the trustees, the Vicar of Hemingford Grey. Contact may be made by telephone or through the email link below.

In order to be considered for a grant, and to comply with the charitable purposes of the Trust, you will be required to divulge your personal financial position, your income and outgoings, and any other sources of income to your household. Please also tell us of any dependents.

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The Vicar of Hemingford Grey is ex-officio chair, with five other trustees, three of whom are co-optative and appointed to serve for five years, and two nominative, by the Parish Council, for four years. Click the name of either the vicar or secretary (below) to email them, giving your name and contact details. One of the trustees will be in touch to followup your enquiry.

Vicar of Hemingford Gery (Chairman)

Mr David Watkins (Treasurer)

Revd. Judith Bolton

Mrs Annie Waters

Mrs Riva Elliott

Ms Caroline Hughes (Secretary)

As well as individuals, the Trust has assisted organisations providing benefit to residents who live in the village including: MAGPAS First Responders, St Ives Day Care Bureau, St Ives Volunteer Centre, and Huntingdonshire Disability.

Find out more about the history of The Langley Trust…