Welcome to Hunts Forum

"Information, guidance and support to help voluntary & community groups set up, develop and grow"

Hunts Forum is your local 'umbrella' charity for Huntingdonshire.  

We are here to provide information, guidance and support to help voluntary and community organisations set up, develop and grow. 

 Thank you for visiting our website and we hope you find the information both interesting and useful. If you cannot find what you are looking for, we will endeavour to answer your questions if you call us on 01480 420601 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.   


“Communications matter to charities: we don’t communicate just to tell people about the change we’ve made;

we communicate to make change happen.”  



We will be closing our office on Friday 22nd December at 2.30pm and re-opening at 09.00 on Tuesday 2nd January 2018

On behalf of our Trustees, Julie, staff and volunteers, may I wish you all a merry, peaceful Christmas and happy New Year



By looking through the 5 sections below, you will be able to access key information for your organisation.

Funding Advice and Support

Information and Resources

Policies and Procedures

Training and Development

Setting up or Developing a group






Latest News


    As indicated in our market sounding document ‘Drug and Alcohol Treatment Services’ in October 2017, Cambridgeshire County Council is looking to re-tender its adult drug and alcohol treatment services ready for 1st October 2018. Read more:

  • From the Charity Commission:

    Like any other sector, charities are not immune to criminal abuse from fraudsters. Fraud poses a serious risk to valuable funds and sensitive data, and can damage the good reputation of charities, affecting public trust and confidence in the sector as a whole. Read full ducument here

  • LawWorks free videos

    The charity LawWorks is able to offer free talks, short on-line videos about common legal issues faced by small not-for-profit organisations. The videos are funded by the Legal Education Foundation, and re all free to watch, last an average of 20 minutes and aim to help you when making important descisions.Read more...

  • The Pensions Regulator:

    The minimum contributions that you and your staff pay into your automatic enrolment workplace pension scheme are increasing. It is your responsibility to make sure these increases are implemented. 

  • The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force 25 May 2018 and will introduce the greatest changes to data protection legislation in over 30 years. We have opened a new folder, here on the website, to save relevant information regarding this change. Follow this link for full details


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