Finance Score: 1
Governance Score: 9
Support Score: 2
  • Liabilities <10%: +3
  • Excess reserves: -2
  • Good trustee age range: +3
  • Dynamic board: +3
  • Gender balanced board: +3
  • Grant maker support: +2
Overall GiG Score: 12 ?

NATIONAL COAL MINING MUSEUM FOR ENGLAND TRUST LTD 

To collect, preserve, display and interpret whatever relates to the coal industry in England and to enable others to gain an insight into the mining industry and the life of mining communities
Analysis by Giving is Great

Positives:

  • This charity has a robust balance sheet
  • There have been no material income shortfalls in recent years
  • A significant proportion of recent income was derived from major grant makers including the Government
  • The Board appears to be well diversified in terms of age and gender and dynamic in terms of composition

Financial issues to consider:

  • This charity has substantial assets and unrestricted reserves of £9,326,932 available, equivalent to 27 months of spending and so may not be able to utilise additional funding

Financial Data ?

Income & Spending ?
Sources of Income ?
Y/E Income
£k
Spending
£k
Surplus/
Deficit
Fundraising
Cost £k
Total
Funds £k
Unrestricted
Funds £k
Mths
Rsrvs
Staff Volun-
teers
31/03/23£4,156£4,147£9£568£9,906£9,327278865
31/03/22£4,470£3,840£630£474£7,510£5,748188073
31/03/21£4,134£3,927£208£352£4,917£4,07112.49669
31/03/20£4,424£4,176£248£653£4,629£3,97911.49569
31/03/19£3,661£3,880£-219£404£4,590£4,45113.89353
31/03/18£3,376£3,957£-581£432£5,153£6872.1970
31/03/17£3,294£3,728£-435£466£5,565£8772.8980
31/03/16£3,523£4,109£-586£560£6,390£1,3684960
31/03/15£3,455£3,656£-201£345£6,874£1,6315.4940
31/03/14£3,517£3,907£-391£322£7,470£2,0786.4930
31/03/13£3,822£3,883£-61£502£6,996£1,3284.1930
31/03/12£3,914£3,564£351£425£7,305£1,4684.9970
31/03/11£4,290£3,324£966£395£7,761£2,1347.71070
31/03/10£3,809£4,328£-519£508£5,956£73921170
31/03/09£4,757£5,390£-633£536£7,630£2,1774.81180
31/03/08£3,929£3,985£-56£479£8,247£2,5167.61120
31/03/07£3,479£3,554£-75£480£8,949£2,9429.91020
31/03/06£3,505£3,324£181£0£0£0n/a00
31/03/05*£4,845£3,311£1,534£0£0£0n/a00
31/03/04*£3,241£3,468£-227£0£0£0n/a00

Financial Ratios
Fundraising Costs/Relevant Income: 15.9%
Fundraising Costs/Total Spending: 14.2%
Senior Staff Costs/Total Spending: 7%
Highest pay band: £100,000-£110,000
Liabilities/Assets: 3%
Liabilities/Income: 7%
Unrestricted Funds/Total Funds: 94%
Reserves/Spending: 27 months
Net Current Assets/Spending: 5 months
Quick Ratio: 6.5
Asset Split ?
Established: 38 years
(41 years as a company)

www.ncm.org.uk

info@ncm.org.uk

01924848806

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UN SDGs
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Listed activities
  • Arts/Culture/Heritage/Science
  • Education/Training
  • Environment/Conservation/Heritage
GiG Classification
  • Museums, parks, historical sites
How it operates
  • Provides advocacy/advice/information
  • Provides buildings/facilities/open space
  • Sponsors or undertakes research
Where it operates
  • City Of Wakefield,
Who it helps
  • The General Public/Mankind

Who's supporting them? ?

Donations from Grant Makers ?

We have details on the following significant donations. Multi-year donations are allocated to the years for which they are earmarked.

Specific Donations
Amount When
Months
To be used for
Garfield Weston Foundation - Main Grants award
£50,000 19/02/2021
Weston Culture Fund to Regular Grant
National Lottery Heritage Fund - Grant to National Coal Mining Museum for England Trust Ltd
£646,700 25/11/2015
Coalfield Conversations: Increasing Visitor Engagement through Facilitated Aboveground Interpretation

Data sourced from Donors via 360 Giving

How is it governed?

Trustees (9)
Current Trustees appointed
Gender Split

Age Range of Trustees: 26-78
Legal constitution
  • Charitable company registered in England & Wales on 10/04/1986, number: 517325
  • Registered at Companies House on 24/02/1983, number: 01702426
Gift Aid
  • Registered with HMRC for Gift Aid
Policies in force
  • Bullying and harassment policy and procedures
  • Complaints handling
  • Complaints policy and procedures
  • Conflicting interests
  • Financial reserves policy and procedures
  • Internal charity financial controls policy and procedures
  • Internal risk management policy and procedures
  • Investing charity funds policy and procedures
  • Investment
  • Paying staff
  • Risk management
  • Safeguarding policy and procedures
  • Safeguarding vulnerable beneficiaries
  • Serious incident reporting policy and procedures
  • Trustee conflicts of interest policy and procedures
  • Trustee expenses policy and procedures
  • Volunteer management
Filing Record
20 returns made; AR05: 2 days late, AR04: 1 days late,
Recent reorganisation events:
  • Asset transfer in from PEOPLE AND MINING on 13/12/2022
Main office

National Coal Mining Museum For
England
Caphouse Colliery
New Road
Overton
WF4 4RH

Objectives

To advance the education of the public in the history of coal mining in England by the provision and maintenance of a museum both underground and on the surface at the former Caphouse Colliery for the demonstration of past and contemporary mining methods and the exhibition of machinery and other items connected with mining and industrial archaeology.

Defined Area of Benefit:

NOT DEFINED

Data Sources

Charity Commission for England and Wales
360 Giving
CharityBase
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