West Derby Waste Lands Charity

Frequently Asked Questions

No, the West Derby Waste Lands area covers parts but not all of West Derby.

The Secretary of the charity holds a copy of the map of the original area with a line of demarcation which determines whether your address falls within the boundary.

Yes, the West Derby Waste Lands area includes parts but not all, of L7, L11, L12, L13, & L14.

No, you cannot apply for a personal grant. However the organisation you work for can apply, if the activities carried out are of demonstrable benefit to inhabitants of the area.

Yes, in appropriate cases the Trustees are permitted to make grants available to other charities. In the case of charitable organisations, again careful enquiry is made as to the extent of the charities´ activities within the designated area.

No, payment of any grant is made by cheque, never cash.

The Trustees may require an applicant to be interviewed. In any event you will be required to produce photographic identification, such as a passport or driving licence, and address verification such as a utility bill or bank statement.

You can download an application form for a community grant by clicking here or for a personal grant by clicking here. Alternatively request an application form from the Secretary by calling 01704 879330 or using our contact form.

Yes. Please click here to download an application form or request one from the Secretary by calling 01704 879330 or using our contact form.

Grants are awarded by Trustees at their quarterly meetings, usually in the first week of March, June, September and December. An application should be made at least 4 weeks prior to a meeting.

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Registered Address
West Derby Waste Lands Charity
Ripley House
56 Freshfield Road
L37 3HW

01704 879330

Terms & Conditions
Applications will only be considered from individuals or groups who live or are based within the designated area, or whose activities are of demonstrable benefit to individuals or groups within the area. All applications are subject to appropriate enquiry. Letters of support will be required if the application is being sponsored. Grants are awarded at the discretion of the Trustees of the Charity. The Trustees are not obliged to enter into any correspondence concerning declined grant applications.