The Robert Bouffler Music Trust was established in 1988 to sustain the spirit and objectives of the late Robert Bouffler's work, by encouraging and supporting young musicians from the East Surrey area.


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We provide practical support for young musicians up to the age of 18 years, especially those whose families have limited means.

Robert Bouffler always recognised the value of helping amateur musicians to strive for their full potential, and the Trustees will consider all requests for help, whether or not a professional career in music is the objective.

You can read more about our work here.

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Oxted & Limpsfield Music Society Concert 2017.

Performers after the concert

Performers after the concert

The Trust were once again delighted to be asked to showcase the talents of our young musicians following the Oxted & Limpsfield Music Society AGM at the United Reformed Church in Oxted on Monday 3 July 2017. Seven young musicians, ages ranging from 10 to 18 provided a varied concert for this most discerning audience.

Read more about this here.

A great fund-raising year for the Trust

Councillor Pat Cannon with our performers

Councillor Pat Cannon with our performers

Our memorable year as a chosen charity of Cllr Pat Cannon, chief executive of Tandridge District Council has ended with a presentation of a cheque for £6,000. This amazing amount was generated over the past twelve months at various events promoted by Tandridge DC.

Read more about this here.