Clungunford Fund


The Clungunford Fund provides support for local residents……

Here is a good example of a use of the Fund from 2017. Well done Hannah!

When Hannah was 13 she was very pleased to receive a grant from the Clungunford charity to help pay for a new clarinet. She has been playing clarinet since she was nine. She went on to join the Ludlow Concert Band (pictured), playing her new clarinet in the Castle Square, Ludlow as part of a Remembrance Day Parade.


Clungunford Charities GDPR Policy

Like all companies, organisations and other charities, The Clungunford Charities hold personal data on individuals and has to conform to the General Data Protection Regulations in their most recent form.

What data do we hold?

We hold names, some email addresses, postal addresses and some telephone numbers of our applicants, as given by you.

How do we use this data?

We use this only for our legitimate purpose, to give grants to people who live in the parish of Clungunford.  The data is not processed.

How long do we store the data?

We store this information securely while parishioners have contact with us.

It is kept confidentially in accordance with longstanding practice.  

The Charity Commission encourages charities to be transparent and to co-operate with historical and scientific research.  Clungunford Charities are so old (around 350 years) that the accumulated information forms a unique record of Parish life here.  It may be used anonymously for research.

Your rights.

You have the right to know what information we hold, to correct inaccuracies and to ask us to delete your data at any time.

Our policy.

We do not share information held by the Clungunford Charities with any other organisation or individual, unless for purposes of legitimate, anonymised research.

We use your data only in relation to the giving of grants.

We use and store your personal data in a safe and secure way.

There is no Data Protection Officer.

The Chair of Trustees is the Data Controller.




  1. This information will be given to all applicants and is to be put on the Clungunford website.  
  2. Confidential records will be kept locked in a secure box.  No other hard copies will be kept.
  3. Computer records will be kept only on two memory sticks, each one held by different people.  Trustees and the Clerk will destroy computer records after each meeting.