It is not a charitable purpose to provide for Church of England services in a private chapel, nor Almshouses for estate labourers, nor for the education of estate children.
(1887) 56 LT 147
England and Wales
Cited – Gilmour v Coats HL 1949
Prayers Alone did not make Convent Charitable
A trust to apply the income of a fund for all or any of the purposes of a community of Roman Catholic Carmelite nuns living in seclusion and spending their lives in prayer, contemplation and penance, was not charitable because it could not be shown . .
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Updated: 19 November 2021; Ref: scu.653058