Treasurer's reports for earlier years are available here.

Treasurer’s Report 2021 - General Account

With the Coronavirus pandemic continuing, it was decided to waive subscriptions for a year, resulting in a considerable reduction in income. Also, there was a further reduction in peal fees and a reduction in advertising in the Annual Report, both largely attributable to the pandemic. However, the General Fund continues in a healthy state with the balance only a little less than that at the end of 2019.

Nicholas Small

Treasurer’s Report 2020 - General Account

The General Fund continues in a healthy state. The chief effect of the coronavirus pandemic on income was a reduction in peal fees. Many members decided that they did not require a printed annual report, resulting in a significant saving in expenditure, which was otherwise much as usual, excepting the purchase of a Zoom licence and the donation to the proposed Cambridge Ringing Centre at St Clement’s church, in memory of Felicity Webster.

Nicholas Small

Treasurer’s Report 2019 - General Account

The General Fund continues in a healthy state. Although the surplus was some £1,225 greater than 2018, this is entirely attributable to three items: late subscriptions from 2018 (£210), advance subscriptions for 2020 (£365), and a reduction in payments to Central Council representatives (by £650). Other swings were balanced by roundabouts.

Nicholas Small