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Kettleburgh Green Trust Report to the Annual Kettleburgh Parish Meeting 7 th May 2014 By Caroline Wheeler-Rowe KGT Fundraising Committee Kettleburgh Green.

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1 Kettleburgh Green Trust Report to the Annual Kettleburgh Parish Meeting 7 th May 2014 By Caroline Wheeler-Rowe KGT Fundraising Committee Kettleburgh Green Trust Charity No

2 Kettleburgh Green Trust Charity No Financial year Fundraising and donations Financial position as at 31/3/13 £3, Fundraising activities and donations Fundraising activity reduced to focus on organisation and resourcing. Slide addition parked until there are resources to pursue and co-ordinate. Very little activity between September and December as Caroline off work with bad back, however £200 received from BT’s People Awards scheme KGT set up on BT’s MyDonate and £500 donation received in November 2013 January Donations in memory of Derek Hill received totalling £330 March Race Night postponed and replaced with event at the pub in April (raised £362 for KGT) March Breakfast successful, 51 covers, over £100 profit (still holding some stock) March - Lottery 65 paid entries for 2014/15 which will net £360 Money boxes and marmalade sales = Total raised for the year not enough the £2200 needed, however Darran’s resignation has provided an opportunity to reduce the maintenance costs in line with the amount that can be raised. Financial position as at 10/4/14 £4198 (includes April Race Night)

3 Kettleburgh Green Trust Charity No /14 Other activities 2013 April - Jubilee Tree planted and bench donated by Derek sited July – benches treated, Trevor Jessop & Deborah Bell leave committee July – Ball held on the Green organised by Anita Frost. August - Scheduled August fun day cancelled due to lack of resources. This was to be the primary fund raiser event for the year October - Successful (i.e. low cost) Halloween on the Green, Heidi Finbow joins committee 2014 January – Rotten gatepost reported. Decision made to replace but sourcing an appropriate post has been tricky February – Money boxes distributed, so far £41.93 has been banked February - Home made jam and marmalade goes on sale outside Willow Cottage. 25% goes to the KGT £10 raised so far March – Lottery membership down on last year (65 vs 107) March - KGT registered with Easyfundraising.org

4 Kettleburgh Green Trust Charity No The future Three active trustees will be appointed who will meet at least twice a year separately from the fund raising committee Revised constitution Reduced maintenance costs Active push to recruit committee members If resources allow (fundraising committee numbers have reduced):- – 2/3 fund raising events per year – 2 Community events, a summer event and Halloween on the Green


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