The Campion Fund is used to provide modest grants to support research consistent with the Manchester Statistical Society’s objectives and history relating to social and political economy issues in Greater Manchester and North-West England. Grants are typically not more than £10,000, and may be used in part funding in conjunction with funds from other bodies.
The origin of the fund was a bequest to the Manchester Statistical Society by the late Sir Harry Campion, one-time Reader in Statistics at Manchester University, Vice-President of the Society and the first head of the Government Statistical Service [See “Obituary: Sir Harry Campion, 1905-96”, by W. Rudoe, Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series A, 1997, vol. 160, issue 1].
Apply for a Campion Grant
Applications are particularly welcome on contemporary issues that relate to
economy, society and government in the North West region of England. Of particular
interest are projects relating to the devolution of budgetary control of health to the
combined Greater Manchester Authority and to the “Northern Powerhouse” concept.
Applications should be made using the form here.