We are looking for a new Treasurer



The Trustees of Claridge House are looking for a new Treasurer.

This is an interesting and rewarding voluntary role for someone with experience in accountancy and financial management.

We would like to appoint before the end of 2018.

If you would like to discuss the role in more detail, please contact Jane Short, Clerk to the Trustees at: trustees@claridgehousequaker.org.uk 


Click here for a role description

Click here for an application form 

An overview of Claridge House

Origin and Purpose

Claridge House was bought in 1953 by a group of Quakers interested in healing. The Trust Deed of that time gave the purpose as “to provide a home of rest for persons who are under stress or in any condition in which a time of rest and recuperation would be beneficial and who would be thereby helped to attain renewed health and strength and being a Home which shall be conducted in accordance with the principles of the religious body or society called the Society of Friends but so that the benefits of the said home shall be afforded and enjoyed irrespective of the religious belief of the person received there…”.

Claridge House has operated as a registered charity ( no 228102) since 1953. We became a Charitable Incorporated Organisation (CIO no 1167155) in 2017. Our purpose remains much the same.


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