Activities - how the charity spends its money
The Society promotes understanding of the life and work of Ralph Vaughan Williams, by encouraging the performance and recording of his music.
The Society organises meetings and concerts on an occasional basis. Its recording subsidiary, Albion Records, makes and publishes recordings. The Society's work is promoted by means of the RVW Journal, published three times a year and free to members.
Income and expenditure
Data for financial year ending
31 March 2021
Total income: £67,065
Total expenditure: £77,384
Employees with total benefits over £60,000
No employees have total benefits over £60k for this charity
This charity raises funds from the public but does not work with professional fundraisers or commercial participators.
One or more trustees are also directors of the subsidiaries
No trustees receive any remuneration, payments or benefits from the charity.