The Golden Jubilee Trust
For charities that would like to highlight a potential secondment opportunity to our Partners please download the Golden Jubilee Trust information leaflet for charities (PDF 3.5MB) for more information. All Golden Jubilee Trust reports can be viewed in our report archive. Trustees value secondments that demonstrate a strong skills match between the Partner and their projects. They also look for projects that will deliver a long lasting impact well beyond the completion of the secondment period. Projects that are important to the local community and which help a charity to achieve previously unreachable goals are prioritised. Find out more about the work of the Trust.
John Spedan Lewis Trust for the Advancement of Natural Sciences
The Trust promotes an interest in natural history. It was established in 1955, in honour of John Spedan Lewis, an enthusiastic naturalist, who studied the plants and animals of the Leckford Estate in his spare time.
In 1972, several small areas of Leckford farm were adopted as Nature Reserves. Over the years, visiting experts have monitored and recorded the many plant, insect and animal species that live there. The Trust also supports volunteers during conservation projects on its reserves and runs a programme of annual lectures. The Trust has eight Trustees, who are appointed by the President of the Partnership Council. For enquiries, contact the Secretary at the following address: JSLTANS, The Secretary, c/o Estate Office, Leckford Estate, Stockbridge, Hampshire, SO20 6JF.