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Charities and Not-for-Profit Parrott & Coales, Solicitors Aylesbury

Charities and Not-for-Profit

 

For many years the Firm has acted as Clerk to the Trustees of two substantial Aylesbury Charities. The Thomas Hickman’s Charity (Hickman’s) and The William Harding’s Charity (Harding’s).

Hickman’s was founded by the Will of Thomas Hickman an Aylesbury doctor who died in 1698 and Harding’s under the Will of William Harding a yeoman farmer who lived in Walton (part of Aylesbury) who died in 1719.

Both Charities are now administered under Charity Commission Schemes.

The charitable objects of Hickman’s are:-

  1. The elderly
  2. Relief In Need

The charitable objects of Harding’s are:-

  1. Education
  2. The elderly
  3. Relief In Need
  4. The general benefit of the inhabitants of Aylesbury

For more information go to the Thomas Hickman’s website or please contact John Leggett and Doudja Godleman.

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