The Sharpham Trust is an educational charity whose aims and objectives are to maintain, conserve and enhance the land, buildings, resources and biodiversity of the Estate for public benefit and to provide opportunities for physical intellectual emotional and spiritual learning through activity, reflection, creativity and enquiry.
We do this by:
- Continuing to realise the potential of the magnificent and unique assets of the Sharpham Estate
- Continuing to make the life of the Sharpham Estate environmentally sustainable and a model for others to adopt
- Increasing the opportunities for all sectors of the public to benefit from improved access to the special environment of Sharpham
- Idenitfying groups that would benefit most from participation in Sharpham’s activities
The Sharpham Trust is an educational charity. Its Trustees, who are in overall charge of running the house and estate, are accountable to the Charities Commission.
With a wide range of experience from charitable, educational and ethical business sectors, our trustees share a common interest in the preservation of the heritage of Sharpham House and the sustainability of the estate. The Trustees have appointed Julian Carnell, Trust Director, to manage the Sharpham Trust on a day-to-day basis, and a Trust Coordinator, to oversee delivery of the activity and events' programme. There is a staff of ten to help them in this task. Advisory groups comprising of staff, Trustees and external advisors support specific areas of the Trust's activity.
Annual Reports & Strategy
Here you will find downloadable copies of the Trust's reports. If you need a hard copy, please contact us.
Please note that our Charity no. 285767 and our Company no. 1659601.