How we are financed

We are one of the smallest arts charities in the country, have no paid staff and are a not- for-profit organisation. The theatre and music productions we bring to the Community usually just break even or result in a very small profit. Any surpluse is invested in future activities.

Our two largest  projects  (In the Field and When the Oak Spoke) were possible only after extensive fund-raising activities. We are extremely grateful to the funders and individual donors who have contributed more than £70,000 to our activities. Other bodies have made contributions in kind that are much appreciated. 

Financial Support 

National Funders; Arts Council England and Big Lottery Fund

Local funders; Chalk Cliff Trust, East Sussex Arts Partnership, Nikwax, The Jempson Foundation, Police Property Act Fund, Rotary Club of Wadhurst, Town and Country Housing, Wadhurst Area Trust, Wadhurst Parish Council, Wadhurst Warriors, Wealden Community Trust, Wealden District Council and Whiligh Charitable Foundation.

Contributions in kind; Bloms Bulbs, Mark Cross Garden Centre, Millbrook Garden Centre, Pashley Manor, Southern Cooperative Wadhurst, Plasticote and the Wine Rack.

Individual donations are equally valued. Some donors who wish to remain anonymous, and others are too numerous to mention individually. We very much appreciate their support.

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This site is created by Wadhurst Culture, a registered charity whose objective is to promote, in its widest form, the arts and culture in and around Wadhurst.
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