Welcome to the Vaughan Trust


The Vaughan Trust exists as a consequence of a substantial legacy left by George Vaughan, of Buncrana Castle, County Donegal, who died in 1763. The remit of the Vaughan Trust is to support the development of agriculture specifically in County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland. As an organisation with charitable status the funds are administered by a board of Trustees. While the funding emphasis is on agricultural education and training, the Vaughan Trust also offers a range of livestock improvement schemes and has sponsored applications which offer potential benefits for farming in the County.

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LATEST NEWS FROM THE VAUGHAN TRUST


  • NEXT BOARD MEETING 12th OCTOBER 2020 31st of July 2020 The next meeting will be held on Monday 12th October 2020  Please contact Andrew Dillon, Clerk t...
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    Vaughan Trust funding during Covid-19 16th of July 2020 We are happy to let you know that Vaughan Trust funding continues to be paid out during the current ...
  • REVISED RATES for BULL AWARD 12th of June 2018 The Beef Cattle Improvement Scheme has been running for many years with Vaughan Trust funding. The ...
  • NEW RAM AWARD 12th of June 2018 The Vaughan Trustees have recently amended the conditions of the Ram Award. A ram placed 1st, 2nd or...
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    New Trustees appointed 18th of March 2019 The Vaughan Trust has changed farming trustees. Eddie Rogers and David Brown have stepped down from ...