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Assists young people, usually in secondary or higher education, but applications for younger children can be considered. Hardship cases are also considered under a separate section.
Half of the income of the charity is used to help the education and training of Norwich people. Priority is given to those who can trace descent from Huguenot families, and then to those whose education or training is threatened by financial difficulty.
This society, in Charleston, South Carolina, maintains a close link with The French Hospital and the Huguenot Society of Great Britain and Ireland, also founded in 1885.
In 1885 The Huguenot Society of London, now of Great Britain and Ireland, was formed by the directors of The French Hospital to promote the publication and interchange of knowledge about the Huguenots in Great Britain and Ireland, in France and worldwide, as with the passage of time, a good deal of this history was unknown to many Huguenot descendants. The French Hospital directors also aimed to form a bond of fellowship among those who, whether or not of Huguenot descent, respect and admire the Huguenots and seek to perpetuate their memory
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The French Hospital celebrates its anniversary annually on a Saturday in June with Evensong in Rochester Cathedral, founded in A.D. 604, the second oldest in England. Directors, residents, Friends and their guests attend, and enjoy a strawberry tea in the crypt after the service.
L´Eglise Protestante Française de Londres a été fondée en 1550 par la charte royale d´Edouard VI accordant la liberté de culte aux réfugiés protestants wallons et français.