Are you a Descendant of Alderman John Norman?
Under the terms of Alderman Norman's Will and its subsequent schemes, which can be viewed on the Our History page, funds are available for 'those in need' to assist with the cost of educating children / young people from the age of 5 through to University. To satisfy the 'those in need' criteria a parental income limit is applied by the Trustees.
For the Foundation's financial year ending 31st March 2021, the following apply:
|Ages 8 to 10||£123|
|Ages 11 to 14||£265|
|Ages 15 to 17||£309|
|Work Based Learning - Year One||£1,500|
|Work Based Learning - Year Two||£1,000|
|Work Based Learning - Final Year||£905|
Parental income criteria which applies to the above grants
|Family with one child||£27,875|
|Family with two children||£29,545|
|For each additional child add||£1,666|
The Trustees take into account the following when processing your application:
- Parental income of parents or partners living in the household together with any state benefits.
- Cost of mortgage/rent, council tax and water rates, ie the expenditure that is not determined by you.
Alderman John Norman Claimants Unity
The Claimants Unity is a body of Descendants formed in the early 1800s to keep descendants informed about the Foundation and the decisions of the Trustees of the Foundation.
Things have advanced since then, the Unity today has a committee of elected members and through newsletters convey the decisions of the Trustees with regards grant and parental income levels. One descendant is appointed to the Board of Trustees, under the terms of the Will / Schemes, to convey the views of the Unity to the Trustees.
The Claimants Unity is a 'sounding board' for proposals that can be taken to the Trustees meetings during the year.
However, all queries regarding your application, should be addressed directly to the Clerk of the Trustees and not the Unity.
If you wish to contact the Claimants Unity the details are available on their website: normanfoundation.org.uk