WOODSTOCK EXHIBITION FOUNDATION
The Woodstock Exhibition Foundation is a very old charity unique to Woodstock. It was set up in 1585 with money from the estate of Richard Cornwell, a draper from London, who originally came from Woodstock.
We raise money to give bursaries to Woodstock’s young people who attend local colleges or Universities, or do apprenticeships. We regularly distribute around £8000 each year, depending on how much money we are able to raise.