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Brexit doesn't need undermining, it's a dead horse and the sooner brexiters realise it the better! :D

burneside
burneside
3 hours ago

These people are still needed while May is doing her best to undermine Brexit, her Chequers deal is a sham, this is what happens when you put a Remainer in charge of pretending to leave the EU.

Calamari
Calamari
7 hours ago

Nigel Farage. Is anybody interested in this hasbeen? He's done his job so why is he hanging around? Probably wanting the attendence fee to counterbalance the increase in inflation.

Scapegoat
Scapegoat
7 hours ago

Are you sure they are not paying out £5.99 per ticket? What a brilliant line-up of self-serving hypocritical idiots :D

b.o.liking
b.o.liking
2 days ago

Leave means Leave are holding a meeting on the 13th October at the Torquay Riviera International Centre at 1400hrs to approx 1600hrs. Speakers will be Jacob Rees Mogg MP,  Nigel Farage MEP  and Tim Martin CEO of weatherspoons. Tickets are £5.99 and can be puchased with more information on the Leave Means Leave Web site in the events tab Please attend if  your for leaving the E.U. and ...

With the highlighting, quite rightly so , for some females in what is called period poverty. which is a total scandal and should be sorted out. To some extent men are also being taken for mugs by manufacturers of razor blades. So much so in some supermarkets they are diplayed with a security tab fitted to the pack because I assume against theft. It's a wonder that an  armed guard is ...

Hi DJ, no, I don't think that's how it works based on what else I looked at, but I do have to say the website is quite ambiguious. Looking at other local Charities, the Snooky Trust doesn't do too bad with an admin rate of 82%.  I had quite an educational half hour and I was amazed to see even higher rates than that from one local Charity. Yes, 25k is the point where detailed accounts ...

DJ
DJ
5 days ago

I've never run a charity or had to produce accounts for one (and I have no connection whatsoever with Snooky Trust) - but a quick look at the Charity Commission website seems to indicate that the Snooky Trust have to produce fairly simple/basic accounts because their income is below £25,000 pa at the moment.  On that basis, surely the Income vs Spending is not Income vs just cost of fundraising, ...

HuwMatthews2
HuwMatthews2
5 days ago

You're forgetting that kids go free in your analysis therefore generated income is less than you would expect from the attendance. It's intended to be a 'family event'. I am only involved with 'Snooky Fest' not 'The Snooky Trust' but I can say that the event is self-financing. By that I mean that ticket sales pays for the event AND generates a profit which goes to 'The Snooky Trust'. ...

'Ol Lady Biker
'Ol Lady Biker
5 days ago

Huw, at the outset I feel I should explain that I mean no disrespect to anyone involved with the Snooky Trust.  I am sure you all work very hard and put on a great event.  As you rightly said, local feedback is positive. The only point I was trying to get across (and this applies to all Charities, large or small) - is there a way to work smarter rather than harder? Whatever the 'feelgood' ...

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