The Numbers: Wyggeston's Hospital

The figures behind the charity that provides almshouses, residential care, schooling and grants to people in Leicester

£1.5m - The charity's income for the year ending 31 December 2009, compared with £1.54m in the previous year. This came mostly from investment and charges for living in the charity's almshouse and its care home, Agnes House

£11.9m - The value of the charity's investments. The income from investments was £597,000

£596k - Free reserves at year-end. The charity said this was broadly in line with its target of holding six months' expenditure in reserves

£60k - No employee was paid more than this

£136k - The amount paid in grants, including a hidden grant of about £100,000 to subsidise places at the residential care home offered to those service users funded by social services. The charity says the fee rate paid by social services was substantially below the economic rate for services provided

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