The Numbers: EMIH

The figures behind the charity that runs the Deep aquarium in Hull

The Deep
The Deep

£5.63m - The charity's income for the year ending January 2011, compared with £5.33m in the previous year. Most of this came from membership fees and income from commercial trading

£33.8m - The charity's unrestricted funds. Most of this consists of grant funding to build a business centre that offers office and laboratory space and attracts visitors to the Deep, which the charity has said it intends to write off gradually over time

£110k - No employee was paid more than this

3,000 - The number of learners who visited the Deep during the year to learn about marine life

£669k - The surplus in the charity's defined-benefit pension scheme, net of deferred tax. The charity has total obligations of £2.80m to the scheme.

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