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The Hope Street Trust is a registered charity, which was established in 2011 by volunteers who work with the award-winning Hope Specialist Falls and Respiratory Service in Grimsby. The charity has a board of trustees consisting of volunteers and staff members, with our volunteers in the majority. As stated in our constitution, the number of board members shall not be less than three, but shall not be subject to any maximum.

Sylvia Leary (Chair)

Rachel Branson (Treasurer/Secretary)

Julie Lewis

Mick Grant

Jenny Blake

Martin Daly

Dave Rudd

Rowland Arliss

John Senior

Jenny Smith

If you would like more details about our charity, please visit the Charity Commission website 


More about the Hope Street Trust

We have supported the Hope Specialist Service in a variety of ways during the last eleven years, raising more than £475,000 to invest in improving the patient experience.

Since 2011, the Hope Street Trust has successfully applied for funding from Awards for All (Big Lottery Fund), Reaching Communities, the Heritage Lottery, the Ross Foundation, East Coast Community Fund, the National Lottery/Sport England (via Active Humber), Care Plus Group Charitable Trust and North East Lincolnshire Council.

We have also received support from local groups and businesses, such as Carelink, Humberston Lions, Grimsby & Cleethorpes Lions, Lindsey Oil Refinery, Social Strollers Rambling Club, Asda, Lincolnshire Co-op, Inner Wheel of Cleethorpes, Dorothy Bayles Trust, Masonic Lodge of Old Clee, Grimsby & Cleethorpes Ladybirds and Pegasus Lodge of the Royal Antediluvian Order of Buffaloes.

Of course, in addition to grant funding and donations from groups and businesses, we have received hundreds of donations, both large and small, from service users and their friends and families over the years, which have made a huge difference to the support we have been able to give to the Hope Specialist Service and we are incredibly grateful for people’s continuing generosity.

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