Last updated 28 April 2019.
The Castledine-Barnes Trust is a trust set up to assist young Go Players. Its objectives are
charitable, but it is not currently registered with the Charity Commissioners as a Charity. Here is a copy of the Trust Deed .
The Trustees are Sue Paterson, Martin Harvey and Toby Manning.
Click here for details of how to contact the Trustees.
Here is some
History of the Trust, and its predecessors, the Castledine Trust and the Susan Barnes Trust.
Role of the Trust
The Trust makes grants for the following purposes:-
It should be
emphasised that in giving a grant the commitment of any young player(s)
to Go weighs far more than their playing strength. When attending an adult
event, they are expected to conduct themselves in an adult manner.
- provision of books and
equipment for use by youth go organisations,
- expenses for organising
youth go events,
- help with expenses for individual young players to
attend suitable events.
Applications for support should be made to Sue Paterson (or one of the other Trustees).
An Application Form is available here. The Application
Based on this information the Trust may make a
grant which is typically between 50% and 90% of the total requirement. (100% grants are very rarely given).
All information is treated in confidence, and is only divulged to the three trustees.
- total cost (estimated if necessary) of the activity
for which support is being requested
- how much of this
can be met from local sources;
- any special reasons
why support is needed, such as unemployment, long term sickness, single
parenthood, refugee status, etc.
Donations should be sent to Sue Paterson at 1 Town Quay, River Road, Arundel BN18 9DF, or handed to one of the
Trustees. Cheques should be made payable to the "Castledine-Barnes Trust". The Trust's normal policy is to keep
individual donations confidential, but to publicise corporate donations. (Thus a donation from "Joe Bloggs" is confidential,
one from the "Much Binding Go Congress" is not.) A list of corporate donations is given here. If you
do not wish to follow the above guidlelines (ie you wish to keep a corporate donation confidential, or make an individual donation
public) please let us know.
Here is a copy of the most recent accounts
of the Trust, and here are the 2014 accounts and
the 2012 accounts.
The Trust is completely independent of the British Go Association (BGA). However, it works closely
with the BGA; here is the
BGA Web Site
If you have any comments,
please email the webmaster.