Treasurer’s Report - 2021 Accounts
been very little financial activity again this year, for reasons which are all
well aware of, consequently my report is brief.
are presented in the usual format, with Income & Expenditure at the top and
the Balance sheet below. The prior year
results are shown for comparison purposes – although neither year has been
The key items
are as follows:
were carried forward from 2020, so nothing of note in this line, although it is
pleasing that we have had so many visitors since we resumed our monthly
meetings. Along with Raffle and Sales this makes up the total income of £220.80
for the year.
insurance was carried forward so there is no charge for 2020, we renewed this
as shown in 2021 and are covered for the year to 30/06/22.
shown are for one speaker this time due to restrictions which delayed decisions
in this area. We have also noticed that
over the last couple of years speakers are moving on line rather than face to
face, which may impact future bookings.
There are no
costs for using the Church Hall in 2021 as we carried forward the previous
year’s payment. Costs for 2022 are
expected to return to the usual level.
This year a
total of £300 was donated to 2 charities for young people: -
received £250 along with Zoe’s Place who received £50.
The cost of
refreshments is higher than usual, as all outdated stock was disposed of when meetings resumed and we then provided
individually wrapped snack items.
We set up a Bursary
of £500 using a legacy from Joan Smith, and this sum is included in the
accounts; £100 is allocated for the two winners of the 2021 bursary (but not
yet spent), the remaining £400 will be awarded and spent in coming years.
position is a reduction of £486 this year, with total funds of £3,105 held by
the group. Despite the disruptions of
the last 2 years, our financial position remains strong. This enables us offer
membership fees for 2022 as follows: -
existing Members £15 for the year
joining £25 for the
Visitors £5 for
Speaker Meetings, £2 Non speaker Meetings