Jack Maynard Bursary Fund
The Jack Maynard Bursary Fund is intended to support local young people who may not otherwise be able to afford to come to Calshot Activities Centre.
Who is eligible?
Young people aged 18 or less who live in Hampshire and wish to attend a course at Calshot Activities Centre and
- come from a family that is on income support or receiving free school meals
- is a looked after child
It is not the intention to exclude other applications and Hampshire young people wishing to attend a course at Calshot Activities Centre but not meeting the above criteria may also apply. However, any support is solely at the discretion of the Fund’s administrators.
How much can I apply for?
The Jack Maynard Bursary Fund usually supports between a third and a half of the course fee.
How to apply?
Complete the Application Form and send to
The Jack Maynard Bursary Fund
Calshot Activities Centre
Calshot Spit, Fawley, Southampton
Provided all parts are completed you should get a response within 7 days.
Who can I use as a referee?
Any teacher, youth worker or social worker who knows you well and is willing to support your application.
The fund was initially set up through a bequest from the late Chris Ewers, a past Chairman of the Calshot Association and is named in honour of Jack Maynard who had the unusual distinction of serving the County Council as both a member and officer.
On retirement in 1980, he became the elected member for Fawley, where he served until 1997. During this period, he spent two terms as Chairman of the County Council: 1987-88 and 1993-94. He also had great interest in recreational matters, and was a great supporter of Calshot Activities Centre. Jack Maynard died at the age of 82 in January 2002