Welcome To The Jo Walters Trust
The Jo Walters Trust commemorates the life of Joanna Walters by giving grants to causes that she would approve of.
In memory of Joanna Walters, and to celebrate her life and achievements as an inspirational person, teacher and motivator, the Jo Walters Trust provides opportunities to help people enrich their lives and the lives of others, through sport, outward bound, educational and environmental projects, both at home and abroad.
About the Jo Walters Trust
The Jo Walters Trust, has so far made 3 rounds of grants to organisations and individuals in line with our charitable aims: education, sport, outward bound and the environment. To read more about the grants we have made to date, please see our Grants page. We have also campaigned to improve the stretch of road in Brighton where Jo was killed to make it safer for cyclists. For more on this campaign please see the information below.
If you would like to get involved in our work, take part in an event, or make a donation we'd love to hear from you. Please see our contribution page for details on how to contribute either time or money If you're interetested in hearing more about our work you can subscribe to our newsletter using the link on the right of our website and you'll be automatically added to our newsletter. We promise not to share your information with anyone else. We also have a great community on Facebook and a little on Google+, so do come along and join us there.
Lewes Road Cycle Path Opening
5th October 2013
What a fantastic day! The launch of the new cycle path on the Lewes Road started with a BikeTrain, organised by Duncan Blinkhorn and his crew, from the Levels in Brighton as far as Wild Park. Lucy was transported by Peter Mynors, the cycling expert who masterminded the plan we put to the Council last year. He really made it all happen. Peter has a specially adapted tandem that made for a very comfortable ride to Wild Park. Also on the bike train was Caroline Lucas, MP sharing a tandem with Duncan. With the music blaring, flags waving and a unicycle joining us, it was a very emotional event to be part of. We are hugely grateful to Duncan and the Biketrain team for putting it on.