Dr Stanley Race CBE, one of Barnsley’s leading post-war industrialists died at the age of 96, after a life time commitment to Barnsley. Leaving school at 16, he enjoyed a 50 year association with Redfearn Bros Glass, starting as an office boy at the Harborough Hill plant and then helping to establish the present site at Monk Bretton, where he lived. Stanley was made chairman of the company in 1970 and established the world’s first bottle bank and founded major glass recycling operations, making Barnsley a world leader.
The bursary fund has been established to support post-16 work related study in Barnsley and to help young people to develop their potential and careers.
Who can apply?
- Residents of Barnsley
- First year apprentices at Barnsley College
- People with an annual household income of less than £35,000
What will we fund?
- Professional tools or equipment
- Clothing or uniforms for work, including interview wear
- Books and study equipment or travel expenses
How to apply?
If you wish to make an application please visit Student Services in our Old Mill Lane campus or email email@example.com. The application should include a personal statement from the applicant outlining why you will benefit from a Stanley Race Bursary Award. Applications will be dependent upon annual funding and the decision of Barnsley College will be final. The fund is limited and grants are given out on a first-come, first-served basis. Your completed application form can be handed into Student Services or posted to:
Old Mill Lane Barnsley
If you need help with your application, please call Student Services on 01226 216 267.
Last updated: 30th May 2023