The Numbers: The London Playing Fields Society

The figures behind the charity that provides, protects and promotes playing fields in Greater London

The London Playing Fields Society
The London Playing Fields Society

£1.25m - The charity's income for the year ending September 2010, compared with £1.3m in the previous year. The charity had a deficit of £229,000

£1.08m - Income from the provision of playing fields, the charity's main source of income. The charity also received £139,000 from investment, fundraising events, donations and legacies

£6.6m - The charity's unrestricted assets. Of this, the charity says that approximately £5.3m is held in land and other fixed assets, and the rest is in investment assets

£100k - No employee was paid more than this

200 - Number of acres of land that are owned and managed by the charity

1890 - The year when the charity was founded to protect green spaces for sport in London.

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