In the High Court of New Zealand, New Plymouth Registry
In the matter of Part III of the Charitable Trusts Act 1957, and in the matter of the Ferris Trust:
Take notice that the New Plymouth High Court approved the scheme to vary the Ferris Trust proposed by Father Kevin Neal (parish priest of Stratford), in a decision dated the 23rd day of April 2004, subject to modification, so that the new purposes of the Ferris Trust are:
To apply the net income towards:
(a) the educational needs of children of the Roman Catholic Parish in Stratford who, in the opinion of the trustees, are in need of financial assistance;
(b) the educational needs of all the parishioners of the Roman Catholic Parish in Stratford as well as priests and religious or lay workers; and
(c) meeting the costs and expenses of priests, religious or lay workers carrying out ministry in the Roman Catholic Parish in Stratford;
and, subject to these purposes being met then for the following additional purposes:
(a) the maintenance, alteration or development of the Church and associated buildings belonging to
the Roman Catholic Parish in Stratford;
(b) meeting the educational needs of Roman Catholic children in Taranaki who, in the opinion of the trustees, are in need of financial assistance; and
(c) to assist with ministries in Roman Catholic Parishes in the Taranaki region.
CATHERINE DODD, Registrar.