Elder Stubbs Charity
The Elder Stubbs Charity is an amalgamation of two smaller charities: the Elder Stubbs Allotment for Inhabitant Householders, and the Allotment for the Labouring Poor.
It owns two pieces of land in the Cowley area and applies the income from that land and other investments for the relief of people resident in Oxford City (and especially the “preferred area” of Hockmore Street, Cowley, Church Cowley, Temple Cowley and the Parish of Cowley St. John) who are in conditions of need, hardship or distress by making grants or paying for items, services and facilities which are calculated to reduce the need, hardship or distress.
The Council appoints six Trustees, each for a four year term. The Trustees must be resident in, or represent the Council for, the preferred area of Hockmore Street, Cowley, Church Cowley, Temple Cowley and the Parish of Cowley St. John.
When appointed as Trustees, the representatives have to sign a declaration of acceptance and willingness to act under the terms of the charity's operational scheme.
Trustees will be asked to attend up to six meetings each year.
Updated August 2016
Mr Ian Honeyman
- Councillor Lubna Arshad
- Councillor Nadine Bely-Summers
- Councillor Steven Curran
- Judith Harley
- Bryan Keen
- Councillor Richard Tarver