Annual Report

2018





Trustees


Susie Crow (Chair), Euton Daley, Susanna Graham-Jones, Lindsay Herford, Peter McMullin, Jose Phillips, Steve Pratley and Damien Ramsurn.


Damien Ramsurn resigned as a Trustee in April 2018.


Finances


The Exuberant Trust


Income & Expenditure as at 31st December 2018


 
Annual
Cumulative
Income
£
 
£
Donations/Concerts
3,267
75,555
Tax Rebate (Gift Aid)
699
8,324
Total Income
3,966
83,879
Expenditure
Concert Expenses
255
4,061
General Expenses
320
4,210
Total Expenditure
575
8,271
Net Income Before Grants
3,391
75,608
Grants Made
3,680
58,658
*Loan made to Pavillion Fund (2008, from PF donation)
10,000
Net Income
-289
6950
General Expenses as a percentage of Total Income
8.1%
5.02%



Grants awarded as at 31st December 2018


Awards totalling £3,680 were made to 10 young artists in 2018. The grants were given to 3 pianists, 2 violinists, 1 cellist, 1 flautist, 1 filmaker/music teacher, 1 music teacher and a drama student, as summarised below:



Pianist - funding for piano lessons. 300


Pianist - funding for piano lessons. 300


Pianist - funding for piano lessons. 300


Violinist - funding towards attending the Pro Corda course. £300


Violinist - funding towards the cost of a new violin bow. 300


Cellist - funding towards venue/publicity cost of chamber ensemble concert. 500


Flautist - funding towards the purchase of a new flute. £300


Filmaker - funding for Quartet performance fees to make film soundtrack. £480


Music Teacher - funding to attend Int. Conference for Music Psychology. £400


Drama Student - funding towards fees to attend the Oxford School of Drama. £500




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* Note about the Pavilion Loan


The Exuberant Trust received a charitable donation of £10,000 in 2008, on the condition that it was then used as a loan to the Pavilion Trust Fund towards the cost of the construction of the Pavilion at The Limes in Standlake.


One of the conditions of the loan, was that the Exuberant Trust could use the Pavilion, free of charge, for its charitable Music at The Limes events. The Pavilion is directly beneficial to the Exuberant Trust as it provides a larger audience space for concerts than the formerly used Music Room at The Limes.


In the event of any future disposal of the Pavilion, the Exuberant Trust will be entitled to either a fixed sum, or some proportion of the proceeds.

The Exuberant Trust - Registered Charity No. 1095911


2003 - 2019