The Lord Kalms Bursary

Lord Kalms of Edgware has kindly arranged a bursary to the Trust in the sum of £25,000 per annum for the next 4 years. As the original sponsor of Dixons City Academy in 1990, Lord Kalms has always shown a great interest in the Trust and its academies. The theatre at Dixons City was named after him in recognition of his financial contributions over the years. The bursary is available to both past and current students.  Applicants can apply for up to £1,000 (maximum) in any one year.  For full details about how to apply, visit the Trust website.   

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