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The Tubney Charitable Trust, founded in 1997 by Miles and Briony Blackwell, closed on 13 March 2012 having awarded nearly £65 million to charitable causes.

In accordance with the wishes of the founders, the Charity had a limited life and spent both its income and its capital to achieve its objectives. During its lifetime, the Charity was a proactive grant-making trust and did not carry out any other activities. Following the untimely deaths of Miles Blackwell and his wife Briony Blackwell in 2001, the Charity was left the residue of their estates in their wills. During the life of the Trust, the Charity distributed nearly £65 million for charitable purposes. On 13 March 2012, the Trustees transferred the Trust’s minimal remaining assets to the Royal Society of Wildlife Trusts (RSWT) and The Tubney Charitable Trust’s office closed.

Any enquiries about the Trust should be emailed to tubney@wildlifetrusts.org  replica watches

 

 

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