Autumn Residential Oct 11/12th 2014

A 2-day national conference for Gypsy, Traveller & Roma communities facilitated by Richard O’Neil.

This event will focus on helping groups prepare for the up & coming general election in May 2015 and will build on the work of ‘the Margam Group’ which was formed at the Margam Discovery Centre GTR communities residential in October 2014.

Please follow the links for more information about the ‘Margam Group’ on Facebook and the GTR communities residential last October from this report.

Conference Flyer

Conference Programme

Conference Booking Form


Bringing together Gypsy, Traveller & Roma Communities

To share ideas, Information and Knowledge. 

Thursday, February 6, 2014 at 9 AM (GMT)

London, United Kingdom | Friends Meeting House, 177 Euston Road.For more details, see our conference page


Residential Day

The Trust will be holding a two day residential for Gypsy, Roma and Traveller groups on the 4th and 5th of February 2013 to discuss the future of the GRT law reform movement. For more information on this event, please contact the Trust.


LOGO Competition

Congratulations to Mike Heath of London for winning the logo competition – Mike’s design will now feature on all the Trust’s publicity. A big thank you to everyone who submitted artwork to the competition. There were some fantastic pictures and designs with Patience Buckley from Essex and Lisa Marie Rogerson Smith from Cheshire as runner ups.


Evaluation of Grants Programmes

In the autumn of 2005, the Board of Trustees agreed to commission an independent and comprehensive evaluation of the Trust’s own grants programmes between 2003 and 2005. The programmes to be evaluated were only those developed and delivered by the Trust using the Trust’s own asset. The evaluation was not designed to look at the delivery of grants programmes funded by other grant-makers.

This decision was taken to enable the Trust to better understand how accessible the grants programmes were and to improve where possible on how the Trust operates in this capacity. It is the view of the Trustees that this is a critical issue due to the nature of the beneficiary group who can, as a result of the often very difficult circumstances in which they live, be hard to reach using conventional methods of communication and who often encounter considerably obstacles in accessing mainstream services.

Read the report here (PDF)


Directory of Gypsy and Traveller Groups, funded by TAT DIY Fund, 2005 – 2007

Following five years of work supporting and promoting local, national and regional Gypsy and Traveller groups, the Trust is looking back over its work and the communities it has funded. This directory list those Gypsy and Traveller groups that have benefited directly from the support of the Travellers Aid Trust through the DIY Fund between 2005 and 2007. All groups listed are constituted.

This directory does not comprise a complete listing of Gypsy and Traveller groups in the UK and may not fully detail the current activities of the groups listed. The information given is taken directly from information supplied to the Trust by groups during application and/or monitoring processes and does not represent the views or opinions of the Trust. For fully up-to-date information, please contact groups directly.
September 2008

Download the Report as a PDF here

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