HELD TO ACCOUNT

 

Historians tell us that we can learn a lot from ancient accounts. George Dublya proves that, with some fiddling, a lot of money can be earned from account(ants). Clockwork Circus buffs tell us that when there is money to burn, what accounts reveal is more interesting than what they conceal. Unlike bikinis. Here is a brief extract from the brief accounts of Clockwork Circus.

Date

Credit/Debit

Amount

Income

19th Feb 1986

(Contact a Family)

Performers

Anne

 

£5

£35 Fee

£10 Travel

 

Anna

£5

 

 

Childminding

£2

 

 

Ian

£4 Travel

 

 

Robin

£6

 

 

Materials

£18 (RW)

 

 

Sweets

£1 (RW)

 

 

Lunch

£13 (RW)

 

 

Batteries

£7.50 (RW)

£61.50

NB – We seem to have spent more than we eanred!)

March

 

 

 

18 (Spring Centre – Coney Hill)

Performers

 

 

Anna & Anne

£5

 

 

Steve Robin & Laurie (Performing & expenses)

£20

£25

24 (Coney Hill Playgroup

Performers

Daisy

 

£5

 

£15

 

Robin

£5

Once more, less income than cost….?

 

Costumes

£20

26 Yate Library

Performers –

Brian

£7 + £5 Expenses

£55

 

Ian

£7

 

 

Laurie

£7

 

 

Robin

£7 + £8 Exp

 

 

Materials

£8

Profit!!!!

31 FOD – Bridewell

Brian

£13+£16 Exp

£100

 

Laurie

£13

 

 

Robin

£13+£10exp

 

 

Anne

£13

And Again!

August

 

 

 

8 Hesters Way

Bishops Cleeve

Dean Arts

Expenses for Robin

Scrapstore, bags, folders

Tape & Hat

 

£10

£10

£185

 

£80

£180

 

‘Arrison

£50

 

 

‘Owes

£100 (£20 already paid)

 

 

Livinsins

£27

 

 

Les Dimmock

£20

 

5 Mitcheldean library

Robin (Expenses)

£6

£16

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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