Club Philanthropy

Alleyn Benevolent Fund

The Alleyn Benevolent Fund (commonly referred to as the ABF) was set up just after the First World War by a group of Alleyn Old Boys to assist past and present pupils who may be in need.

Over the passing years the fund concentrated mainly on giving assistance to pupil needs and, with the death of Dutton's Housemaster, Sidney Incledon, a number of donations were made in his memory. To mark this, the then committee decided to set up a bursary award in his memory.

A similar situation arose with the passing of Headmaster Derek Fenner who had overseen the full integration of girls into the School. The committee was thus able to dedicate further monies to a bursary award in his name. The original intention was that the two awards would be used to fund one-third of school fees to enable two or more pupils to stay and take their A levels when they would otherwise have to leave because of financial constraints.

Over the years, income to the fund has consistently fallen short of the increases in school fees so that there are times when the fund has a deficit. Your donation will be welcomed to enable the trustees to continue with the two bursary awards.

Edward Alleyn Club Gap Bursary

The Club offers support to  Alleyn's School pupils who wish to undertake voluntary service projects after they leave school, either during the summer vacation or in their year off before starting work or university.

The Club awards bursaries to Year 13 pupils. Details about how to apply for these awards are published to the Upper School at the start of the Lent Term. The closing date for applications is Wednesday 2 April.

If you are a current Alleyn's pupil and would like to apply for an Edward Alleyn Club Gap Bursary Award, click here for more information and email applications to Sue Lane.

200 Club

The Club has been operating a fundraising lottery named the 200 Club for its members for many years. For only £5 a month paid by standing order you will be entered into our monthly draw and could win £2,000! In total there is over £6,000 to be won each year! 

Members are entered every month into the prize draw where 1st prize is £120, 2nd prize is £100, 3rd prize is £70. The grand draw is made at the Annual Dinner in November, when the first prize is a magnificent £2,000. 

To be a member, contact Christopher Heayberd, Club Treasurer, on 020 8650 1702 or 23 Barnfield Wood Road, Beckenham, Kent, BR3 6SR.

Contribute now

Your donations are most welcome and appreciated. Cheques should be made payable to the 'Alleyn Benevolent Fund' and should be sent to:

Chris Nelson
Hon Treasurer
Lingcroft
Pyrford Road
West Byfleet
Surrey KT14 6QS

Edward Alleyn Club Magazine

EAC Magazine Autumn 2017