The numbers: The Berwick-upon-Tweed Preservation Trust

The Berwick-upon-Tweed Preservation Trust works to preserve historical, architectural and educational heritage in the town and local area

£1.93m - The charity's income for the year ending June 2009, compared with £123,000 in the previous year

£17.2k - The charity's total expenditure for the year

£87k - Free reserves at year-end. The charity's total assets of £1.97m were held almost entirely in project funding for specific projects

£756k - The total value of property held by the charity as part of its main project, Dewar's Lane Granary. The charity hopes to secure the future of this six-storey, Grade II-listed building and restore it for multiple uses, including an exhibition space, meeting rooms, a bistro and a youth hostel

10 - The number of grants the charity received from charitable trusts. The largest grants were £640,000 from the Northumberland Strategic Partnership and £500,000 from the Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment

£4.75m - The amount that will be needed to complete the Dewar's Lane Granary Project. All of the charity's income, except for a figure of £4,857, has been committed to this project.

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