Larc Development Trust

Larc Development Trust

Charity information

Larc Development Trust

Developing partnership and opportunity through learning, community development and recreation. Using a historic building as a community and social enterprise hub creating employment through heritage.

Founded 1999

  • Mission statement

    Taking Leominster’s Past into the Future
    The well-being of the community is fundamental to our purpose
    We are committed to enabling the continuity and dynamic of heritage and tradition in our community
    We are committed to working in partnership with our community, being open and accessible in all that we do
    We aim to offer a fun, friendly experience and environment in all our activities
    We can be trusted to be honest, open and accountable to the people of Leominster and all our users
    Working together we will make things happen for Leominster
    We believe vision must use creativity and imagination to provide innovation, quality and excellence that will empower people in Leominster creating prosperity for all

  • Aims

    Larc Development Trust aims to:

    • Take over the ownership of Grange Court and establish it as a community, heritage and social enterprise hub accessible to all creating a place for people to organise and develop new ideas and project
    • Develop new projects and ways of working which empower communities to take action and organise for themselves and others
    • To bring people, communities, groups, organisations and agencies to work together for the improvement and development of Leominster
    • Using Grange Court as a 17th Century market hall to create an innovative way of engaging people in understanding their heritage and how it has influenced them and their families.
  • Overview

    Established: June 1999

    Registered Charity Number: 1142290

    Board members: 12

    Full time staff: 2

    Volunteers: 35

    Phone number: 01568620169

    Address: Grange Court Pinsley Road Leominster Herefordshire HR6 8NL

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