The Numbers: The Millennium Quarter Trust

The figures behind the charity that looks after the Millennium Quarter, a cultural area in Manchester.


£4.08m - The charity's income for the year ending March 2010, compared with £4.17m in the previous year

£2.08m - The fund's annual service fees from Manchester City Council, compared with £2.14m in the previous year. Most of the rest of the charity's income came from fees generated by charitable activities

£121k - The charity's deficit in unrestricted funds at the end of the year, compared with £159,000 last year. The charity says it is confident that it can continue as a going concern

£90k - No employee was paid more than this

250k - The number of visitors to exhibitions and workshops at the charity's exhibition centre, Urbis

100 - The number of days late the trust's accounts were filed.

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