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The 'Sebright Foundation' can provide
financial assistance to individuals
in education or training, aged
24 and under.

You need to live in the Foundation's 
'areas of benefit'.
These areas are parts of
Wyre Forest and Stourbridge UK.

 

Schools in the 'areas of benefit' are invited to apply by the end of April for consideration prior to the end of July.

 

Other organisations can apply and submit applications by the end of April for consideration prior to the end of July.

Examples of successful applications.   
Click on videos below for information on the range of support available, from Sebright’s Educational Foundation.
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Image by Max Böttinger

Wyre Forest and Stourbridge 'areas of benefit'

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The Foundation’s areas of benefit includes most of the Wyre Forest area and parts of the Dudley Metropolitan Borough.

Please click on buttons below to view these areas.

Areas of Benefit
Studying on the Grass

Who are we

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Sebright governors will consider applications for financial assistance from people studying or training.

They need to be  aged 24 and under, and reside in Sebright's

'areas of benefit'.

Applicants are asked to complete a form with details of their financial need. We generally request an approriate reference supporting the application. 

Examples of successful applications include:

 

  • university equipment or field trips.

  • clothing or equipment relating to music, sport or arts.

  • grant or interest free loan toward post graduate fees.

  • welding course fees and materials.

Sebright Grant
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William Sebright

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William Sebright was born in Wolverley in 1541.

 

He became a wealthy man, and when he died his will confirmed 'his intention of giving funds for the poor of Wolverley and other parishes'.

It is this money from William Sebright’s Estate that, invested over years, has resulted in grants still being available today, for students and vocational apprentices, that live within the 'areas of benefit'.

William Sebright
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