Quantick Bursary Fund
Closing date: 11 November 2023
The aim of the Quantick Bursary fund is to provide places for disadvantaged children and young people to come to Heatree who might otherwise not get the opportunity to do so. Whether they take part in a Christian youth group or camp, or come on a school residential, we want all young people to be able to benefit from an enriching experience in the outdoors and learn more about the Christian faith.
In 1955 Miss Elizabeth Quantick bought Heathercombe Brake and in 1958 she officially started Heathercombe Brake Trust (the charity which governs Heatree Activity Centre). The Trust ran a boy’s school at Heatree House and a girl’s school in Teignmouth. The school closed in 1989 and Miss Quantick passed away in 1995. This bursary is named after her in honour of her incredible work.
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