Yorkshire Camps registers with the Charity Commission

March 20, 2013 3:27 pm - Categorised in:

We are pleased to announce Yorkshire Camps has recently been registered as a charity by the Charity Commission.

Yorkshire Camps was established by Andy and Hannah Peace to run Christian holiday camps for children in the beautiful Yorkshire countryside.

Children of all ages will be able to attend the camps which will offer action packed out door games and challenges. The camps will also run other activities such as archery, craft, survivor training and baking.

Children will also be able to investigate Christianity by receiving Christian teaching at the camps.

The vision of Trustees, Roger Carswell, Andy Peace and Dan Thaw is to eventually take on new premises which will host the camps.

Yorkshire Camps’ registration as a charity was achieved with assistance from Ben Bourne a solicitor in the Charity Department at Ellis-Fermor & Negus solicitors.

The Chair of the Trustees, Andy Peace, commented “We’re really excited by this new venture and it was helpful to have all the legal requirements dealt with to ensure the process to registration was as smooth as possible”.

If you are interested in finding out more about the work of Yorkshire Camps or if you wish to make a donation to further their work, please contact info@yorkshirecamps.co.uk or for more details please see their website at www.yorkshirecamps.org.uk.

Ellis-Fermor & Negus are specialists in Charity Law. Do you have a charitable idea or an organisation that requires registration at the Charity Commission? Contact Ben Bourne or Simon Hale at our Beeston Office for advice on 0115 922 1591.

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