The Diocese of Durham (Educational Endowments) (Venerable Bede Church of England School) Order 2020

Publication Date:January 01, 2020
 
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2020No. 132

EDUCATION, ENGLAND

The Diocese of Durham (Educational Endowments) (Venerable Bede Church of England School) Order 2020

Made10thFebruary2020

Coming into force in accordance with article 1

It has been shown to the satisfaction of the Secretary of State for Education (“the Secretary of State”) that the endowment of the educational foundation known as Venerable Bede Church of England School in the county of Durham (“the foundation”) is or has been held in connection with the provision of religious education in accordance with the tenets of the Church of England at a voluntary school, the premises of which have ceased to be used for the purposes of such a school.

The endowment is comprised in a deed dated 30 October 1899 and made between (1) The Ecclesiastical Commissioners for England and (2) Henry William Barber (Vicar) and William Henry Challoner (Church Warden).

The assets representing the said endowment of the foundation consist of (a) £106,042.10 being the net proceeds of sale of the former school premises and held on deposit at NatWest Bank Plc and (b) any income derived from those assets before the coming into force of this Order.

Application for an order making new provision as to the use of the said endowment has been made to the Secretary of State by the foundation's trustees the Durham Diocesan Board of Finance, which body appears to the Secretary of State to be the appropriate authority of the Church of England for the purpose.

Notice of the proposed order and of the right of persons interested to make representations on it has been given in the manner required by section 555(2) and (3) of the Education Act 1996( 1).

No representations have been made on the proposed order.

Accordingly, the Secretary of State makes the following Order in exercise of the powers conferred by sections 554 and 556 of the Education Act 1996( 2):

Citation and commencement

1. This Order may be cited as the Diocese of Durham (Educational Endowments) (Venerable Bede Church of England School) Order 2020 and comes into force on the day after the day on which it is made (“the operative date”).

Interpretation

2. In this Order—

“the deed” means the deed of the foundation being a deed dated 30th October 1899 and made between (1) The Ecclesiastical Commissioners for England and (2) Henry William Barber (Vicar) and William Henry Challoner (Church Warden);

“the Diocesan Board” means the Durham Diocesan Board of Finance;

“the endowment” means the endowment...

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