This Trust was originally formed in the 18th Century to provide winter fuel for the poor and needy in the parish, although these days a more imaginative approach has to be adopted.
Donations are given to local organisations on the basis that the funds are used to help those they deem to be in need.
The income derives from the rent of two fields and amounts to around £2,600 p.a. The trustees are appointed by the Parish Council and serve for a term of four years.
The trustees are Derek Brotherston, Ray Jelf, Donald Ratcliffe, Clive Timms and Pauline Walters (Chair). Ray Jelf is clerk to the Trust.