Mic Morris Memorial Sporting Trust
Mic Morris was a police officer and brilliant British international middle distance runner from Pontypool who died aged just 24 years during a training run in 1983. A trust fund was set up between Gwent Police and Torfaen Borough Council to raise money for Torfaen’s talented young sports people.
It is specifically for young people (aged from 11 up to 21 years) who reside in Torfaen involved in a range of different sports. Those eligible will be placed within four categories:
- World class performer
- Elite Cymru
- Member of a national team or squad as specified through the list provided by Sport Wales
- Ranked within the top 5 for Welsh and/or top 10 for GB (age group performance level for their discipline)
All applications are considered at a meeting of the Trustees every three months. The following are the uses which a grant can be applied for:
- Travelling expenses
An application form is to be completed in full, stating relevant details and evidence of involvement in sport at a national level, including governing body endorsement. Any competitions achieved to date or future competitions should be included and documentary evidence must be provided.
You are only allowed to apply up to three times for this grant, however consideration will be given to first time applicants over those applying for a third time.
Apply for a Mic Morris Memorial Sporting Trust Grant online or you can download a copy of the Mic Morris Application Form here or to receive a copy in the post contact Christine Philpott on 01633 628936.
Closing dates for receipt of applications
Last Modified: 06/03/2019
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- 8 April 2019
- 8 July 2019
- 14 October 2019
- 13 January 2020