The Numbers: Circus Space

The figures behind the charity that raises the profile of circuses in the UK and provides education and training for current and potential circus performers

£2.12m - The charity's income for the year ending 31 July 2009, compared with £2.2m in the previous year

£455k - Circus Space's net liabilities, up from £255,000 in the previous year. The charity said that, despite negative cash flow, it was confident of its ability to continue as a going concern, and has said it will be able to meets its liabilities as they fall due

£2.92m - The charity's total reserves at year-end. This figure includes a property endowment held by the charity, worth £3.13m. Unrestricted reserves were in deficit by £211,000

£60k - No employee was paid more than this

60 - The number of students taking a Foundation Degree in Circus Arts with the charity

£979k - The charity's grant funding, down from £1.15m in the previous year

£622k - The charity's largest grant, which came from the Higher Education Funding Council for England. It received £627,000 from the HEFCE in the previous year.


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