Another two raids on charity shops

Evidence - Debbie Solkhon with the brick that was used to attack the Cancer Research UK charity shop

British Heart Foundation’s assistant manager Tracy Marshall, left, and volunteer Shirley Williams.

First published in Echo News by

THOUSANDS of pounds of damage was caused in raids on two charity shops a week after five were hit in the same night.

The British Heart Foundation and Cancer Research UK shops in Southend were hit by crooks overnight between Tuesday night and Wednesday morning.

It followed break-ins at five charity shops in Leigh overnight between February 23 and 24.

Thieves smashed through glass to get into the British Heart Foundation shop on the High Street, causing about £1,500 worth of damage and stealing £500 worth of stock.

Now staff are urgently appealing to residents to scour their homes and bring in any unwanted items so they can refill the store.

Manager Sarah Pooley, 34, said: “Staff and volunteers here are devastated and our older volunteers are particularly upset.

“The thieves have smashed the window, trashed the office and taken the money from the donation box, though thankfully there wasn’t a lot in it.

“But it’s the damage that’s theworst thing as safety glass is very expensive to replace. And that’s money that should be going towards the fight against heart disease.”

The thugs also smashed one pane of glass in the door of the Cancer Research UK shop in Southchurch Road but, as the shop had installed doublepaned glass following an earlier break-in, did not manage to get inside.

A large brick was found by staff outside the door at about 8.20am.

Bev Dean, manager of Cancer Research UK, said: “Last time the back room was completely trashed – every nook and cranny was overturned. Since then we had double safety glass installed and we never leave money on the premises.

“It’s awful when your volunteers work so hard to bring the money in and it ends up being spent on repairing the store instead of fighting against cancer."

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7:26am Fri 7 Mar 14

DogsMessInLeigh says...

hope the culprits get struck down with a nasty medical condition as soon as possible.

CCTV and police (walking) patrol in the high street throughout the early hours..? obviously not.
hope the culprits get struck down with a nasty medical condition as soon as possible. CCTV and police (walking) patrol in the high street throughout the early hours..? obviously not. DogsMessInLeigh
  • Score: 12

7:40am Fri 7 Mar 14

carnmountyouknowitmakessense says...

Better security is whats needed,alarms and CCTV, the fat cats at head office going for expensive meals, on the firm, should channel some of these extravagances into security measures, at the source of their income.
Better security is whats needed,alarms and CCTV, the fat cats at head office going for expensive meals, on the firm, should channel some of these extravagances into security measures, at the source of their income. carnmountyouknowitmakessense
  • Score: 16

8:31am Fri 7 Mar 14

SLord90 says...

DogsMessInLeigh wrote:
hope the culprits get struck down with a nasty medical condition as soon as possible. CCTV and police (walking) patrol in the high street throughout the early hours..? obviously not.
You cant blame the police for things like thay happening just because they werent 'walking the streets'. What if they were dealing with other things?

Yes, its a shame its happened and i hope these scum bags get caught and what they deserve.
[quote][p][bold]DogsMessInLeigh[/bold] wrote: hope the culprits get struck down with a nasty medical condition as soon as possible. CCTV and police (walking) patrol in the high street throughout the early hours..? obviously not.[/p][/quote]You cant blame the police for things like thay happening just because they werent 'walking the streets'. What if they were dealing with other things? Yes, its a shame its happened and i hope these scum bags get caught and what they deserve. SLord90
  • Score: 3

9:24am Fri 7 Mar 14

Alice in Her Own Land :P says...

I volunteer at a charity shop and on closing, the till is left open with the prongs for notes raised, showing their is no cash left and the charity boxes are hidden from obvious view as well. Thankfully these small steps have worked in the favour of the shop.
I volunteer at a charity shop and on closing, the till is left open with the prongs for notes raised, showing their is no cash left and the charity boxes are hidden from obvious view as well. Thankfully these small steps have worked in the favour of the shop. Alice in Her Own Land :P
  • Score: 9

1:13pm Fri 7 Mar 14

Kim Gandy says...

carnmountyouknowitma
kessense
wrote:
Better security is whats needed,alarms and CCTV, the fat cats at head office going for expensive meals, on the firm, should channel some of these extravagances into security measures, at the source of their income.
Have you got evidence of these fat cats at head office going for expensive meals?

Charity organisations are usually quite trim in proportion to other organisations, they generally keep the costs down to maximise the profit for the charity.

Have you volunteered in a charity shop? Perhaps you should try. It might give you a meaningful occupation. I found it quite interesting.

Once again, FACTS before assumptions please.
[quote][p][bold]carnmountyouknowitma kessense[/bold] wrote: Better security is whats needed,alarms and CCTV, the fat cats at head office going for expensive meals, on the firm, should channel some of these extravagances into security measures, at the source of their income.[/p][/quote]Have you got evidence of these fat cats at head office going for expensive meals? Charity organisations are usually quite trim in proportion to other organisations, they generally keep the costs down to maximise the profit for the charity. Have you volunteered in a charity shop? Perhaps you should try. It might give you a meaningful occupation. I found it quite interesting. Once again, FACTS before assumptions please. Kim Gandy
  • Score: -8

2:17pm Fri 7 Mar 14

Sagefields says...

DogsMessInLeigh wrote:
hope the culprits get struck down with a nasty medical condition as soon as possible.

CCTV and police (walking) patrol in the high street throughout the early hours..? obviously not.
Police walking about is an utter waste of time. They could have been walking down Southchurch road but if they were at the other end at the time of the cancer research break in, it would take Usain Bolt to get to the other end in time.

Police are in cars so they can respond to emergencies quickly instead of always being a few steps behind the crime.
[quote][p][bold]DogsMessInLeigh[/bold] wrote: hope the culprits get struck down with a nasty medical condition as soon as possible. CCTV and police (walking) patrol in the high street throughout the early hours..? obviously not.[/p][/quote]Police walking about is an utter waste of time. They could have been walking down Southchurch road but if they were at the other end at the time of the cancer research break in, it would take Usain Bolt to get to the other end in time. Police are in cars so they can respond to emergencies quickly instead of always being a few steps behind the crime. Sagefields
  • Score: -3

2:27pm Fri 7 Mar 14

carnmountyouknowitmakessense says...

Kim Gandy wrote:
carnmountyouknowitma

kessense
wrote:
Better security is whats needed,alarms and CCTV, the fat cats at head office going for expensive meals, on the firm, should channel some of these extravagances into security measures, at the source of their income.
Have you got evidence of these fat cats at head office going for expensive meals?

Charity organisations are usually quite trim in proportion to other organisations, they generally keep the costs down to maximise the profit for the charity.

Have you volunteered in a charity shop? Perhaps you should try. It might give you a meaningful occupation. I found it quite interesting.

Once again, FACTS before assumptions please.
Heres some facts, Gandy far right edf lol, old biddy in her 50's a flat dweller..
[quote][p][bold]Kim Gandy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]carnmountyouknowitma kessense[/bold] wrote: Better security is whats needed,alarms and CCTV, the fat cats at head office going for expensive meals, on the firm, should channel some of these extravagances into security measures, at the source of their income.[/p][/quote]Have you got evidence of these fat cats at head office going for expensive meals? Charity organisations are usually quite trim in proportion to other organisations, they generally keep the costs down to maximise the profit for the charity. Have you volunteered in a charity shop? Perhaps you should try. It might give you a meaningful occupation. I found it quite interesting. Once again, FACTS before assumptions please.[/p][/quote]Heres some facts, Gandy far right edf lol, old biddy in her 50's a flat dweller.. carnmountyouknowitmakessense
  • Score: 7

4:02pm Fri 7 Mar 14

Living the La Vida Legra says...

Kim Gandy wrote:
carnmountyouknowitma

kessense
wrote:
Better security is whats needed,alarms and CCTV, the fat cats at head office going for expensive meals, on the firm, should channel some of these extravagances into security measures, at the source of their income.
Have you got evidence of these fat cats at head office going for expensive meals?

Charity organisations are usually quite trim in proportion to other organisations, they generally keep the costs down to maximise the profit for the charity.

Have you volunteered in a charity shop? Perhaps you should try. It might give you a meaningful occupation. I found it quite interesting.

Once again, FACTS before assumptions please.
Just look up what the heads of these "charities" earn
[quote][p][bold]Kim Gandy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]carnmountyouknowitma kessense[/bold] wrote: Better security is whats needed,alarms and CCTV, the fat cats at head office going for expensive meals, on the firm, should channel some of these extravagances into security measures, at the source of their income.[/p][/quote]Have you got evidence of these fat cats at head office going for expensive meals? Charity organisations are usually quite trim in proportion to other organisations, they generally keep the costs down to maximise the profit for the charity. Have you volunteered in a charity shop? Perhaps you should try. It might give you a meaningful occupation. I found it quite interesting. Once again, FACTS before assumptions please.[/p][/quote]Just look up what the heads of these "charities" earn Living the La Vida Legra
  • Score: 9

4:05pm Fri 7 Mar 14

Living the La Vida Legra says...

Kim Gandy wrote:
carnmountyouknowitma

kessense
wrote:
Better security is whats needed,alarms and CCTV, the fat cats at head office going for expensive meals, on the firm, should channel some of these extravagances into security measures, at the source of their income.
Have you got evidence of these fat cats at head office going for expensive meals?

Charity organisations are usually quite trim in proportion to other organisations, they generally keep the costs down to maximise the profit for the charity.

Have you volunteered in a charity shop? Perhaps you should try. It might give you a meaningful occupation. I found it quite interesting.

Once again, FACTS before assumptions please.
Just look up what the heads of these "charities" earn
[quote][p][bold]Kim Gandy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]carnmountyouknowitma kessense[/bold] wrote: Better security is whats needed,alarms and CCTV, the fat cats at head office going for expensive meals, on the firm, should channel some of these extravagances into security measures, at the source of their income.[/p][/quote]Have you got evidence of these fat cats at head office going for expensive meals? Charity organisations are usually quite trim in proportion to other organisations, they generally keep the costs down to maximise the profit for the charity. Have you volunteered in a charity shop? Perhaps you should try. It might give you a meaningful occupation. I found it quite interesting. Once again, FACTS before assumptions please.[/p][/quote]Just look up what the heads of these "charities" earn Living the La Vida Legra
  • Score: 4

4:21pm Fri 7 Mar 14

Old Southendian says...

Kim Gandy wrote:
carnmountyouknowitma

kessense
wrote:
Better security is whats needed,alarms and CCTV, the fat cats at head office going for expensive meals, on the firm, should channel some of these extravagances into security measures, at the source of their income.
Have you got evidence of these fat cats at head office going for expensive meals?

Charity organisations are usually quite trim in proportion to other organisations, they generally keep the costs down to maximise the profit for the charity.

Have you volunteered in a charity shop? Perhaps you should try. It might give you a meaningful occupation. I found it quite interesting.

Once again, FACTS before assumptions please.
All credit to those working in the charity shops. However, some of the head office business practices are not good and do not stand close scrutiny. Been there and seen it.
[quote][p][bold]Kim Gandy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]carnmountyouknowitma kessense[/bold] wrote: Better security is whats needed,alarms and CCTV, the fat cats at head office going for expensive meals, on the firm, should channel some of these extravagances into security measures, at the source of their income.[/p][/quote]Have you got evidence of these fat cats at head office going for expensive meals? Charity organisations are usually quite trim in proportion to other organisations, they generally keep the costs down to maximise the profit for the charity. Have you volunteered in a charity shop? Perhaps you should try. It might give you a meaningful occupation. I found it quite interesting. Once again, FACTS before assumptions please.[/p][/quote]All credit to those working in the charity shops. However, some of the head office business practices are not good and do not stand close scrutiny. Been there and seen it. Old Southendian
  • Score: 8

7:05pm Fri 7 Mar 14

ThisYear says...

Kim Gandy wrote:
carnmountyouknowitma

kessense
wrote:
Better security is whats needed,alarms and CCTV, the fat cats at head office going for expensive meals, on the firm, should channel some of these extravagances into security measures, at the source of their income.
Have you got evidence of these fat cats at head office going for expensive meals?

Charity organisations are usually quite trim in proportion to other organisations, they generally keep the costs down to maximise the profit for the charity.

Have you volunteered in a charity shop? Perhaps you should try. It might give you a meaningful occupation. I found it quite interesting.

Once again, FACTS before assumptions please.
**FACTS before assumptions please**

Hahahahahahahahaha, what a hypocrite, hahahahahahaha
[quote][p][bold]Kim Gandy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]carnmountyouknowitma kessense[/bold] wrote: Better security is whats needed,alarms and CCTV, the fat cats at head office going for expensive meals, on the firm, should channel some of these extravagances into security measures, at the source of their income.[/p][/quote]Have you got evidence of these fat cats at head office going for expensive meals? Charity organisations are usually quite trim in proportion to other organisations, they generally keep the costs down to maximise the profit for the charity. Have you volunteered in a charity shop? Perhaps you should try. It might give you a meaningful occupation. I found it quite interesting. Once again, FACTS before assumptions please.[/p][/quote]**FACTS before assumptions please** Hahahahahahahahaha, what a hypocrite, hahahahahahaha ThisYear
  • Score: 1

12:00am Sat 8 Mar 14

Nebs says...

Kim Gandy wrote:
carnmountyouknowitma

kessense
wrote:
Better security is whats needed,alarms and CCTV, the fat cats at head office going for expensive meals, on the firm, should channel some of these extravagances into security measures, at the source of their income.
Have you got evidence of these fat cats at head office going for expensive meals?

Charity organisations are usually quite trim in proportion to other organisations, they generally keep the costs down to maximise the profit for the charity.

Have you volunteered in a charity shop? Perhaps you should try. It might give you a meaningful occupation. I found it quite interesting.

Once again, FACTS before assumptions please.
Here are some facts, from cancer research UK accounts which are on public view at the charities commission website, showing paybands and the number of employees in each payband for the 2013 and 2012 years

Banding 2013 number 2012 number
£60,001 – £70,000 71 49
£70,001 – £80,000 32 36
£80,001 – £90,000 28 28
£90,001 – £100,000 23 13
£100,001 – £110,000 9 8
£110,001 – £120,000 3 8
£120,001 – £130,000 7 4
£130,001 – £140,000 5 4
£140,001 – £150,000 1 3
£150,001 – £160,000 4 2
£160,001 – £170,000 2 2
£170,001 – £180,000 2 2
£210,001 – £220,000 1 1
£220,001 – £230,000 1 –
[quote][p][bold]Kim Gandy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]carnmountyouknowitma kessense[/bold] wrote: Better security is whats needed,alarms and CCTV, the fat cats at head office going for expensive meals, on the firm, should channel some of these extravagances into security measures, at the source of their income.[/p][/quote]Have you got evidence of these fat cats at head office going for expensive meals? Charity organisations are usually quite trim in proportion to other organisations, they generally keep the costs down to maximise the profit for the charity. Have you volunteered in a charity shop? Perhaps you should try. It might give you a meaningful occupation. I found it quite interesting. Once again, FACTS before assumptions please.[/p][/quote]Here are some facts, from cancer research UK accounts which are on public view at the charities commission website, showing paybands and the number of employees in each payband for the 2013 and 2012 years Banding 2013 number 2012 number £60,001 – £70,000 71 49 £70,001 – £80,000 32 36 £80,001 – £90,000 28 28 £90,001 – £100,000 23 13 £100,001 – £110,000 9 8 £110,001 – £120,000 3 8 £120,001 – £130,000 7 4 £130,001 – £140,000 5 4 £140,001 – £150,000 1 3 £150,001 – £160,000 4 2 £160,001 – £170,000 2 2 £170,001 – £180,000 2 2 £210,001 – £220,000 1 1 £220,001 – £230,000 1 – Nebs
  • Score: 8

4:36pm Sat 8 Mar 14

Sybian Sue says...

So there are plenty of fat cats then. I must admit I was surprised at both the generous salaries and the number receiving them. Astounding figures as far as I'm concerned. Evidently charity begins at home for those in executive positions. A real eye-opener I must say !
So there are plenty of fat cats then. I must admit I was surprised at both the generous salaries and the number receiving them. Astounding figures as far as I'm concerned. Evidently charity begins at home for those in executive positions. A real eye-opener I must say ! Sybian Sue
  • Score: 3

8:11pm Sat 8 Mar 14

carnmountyouknowitmakessense says...

Nebs wrote:
Kim Gandy wrote:
carnmountyouknowitma


kessense
wrote:
Better security is whats needed,alarms and CCTV, the fat cats at head office going for expensive meals, on the firm, should channel some of these extravagances into security measures, at the source of their income.
Have you got evidence of these fat cats at head office going for expensive meals?

Charity organisations are usually quite trim in proportion to other organisations, they generally keep the costs down to maximise the profit for the charity.

Have you volunteered in a charity shop? Perhaps you should try. It might give you a meaningful occupation. I found it quite interesting.

Once again, FACTS before assumptions please.
Here are some facts, from cancer research UK accounts which are on public view at the charities commission website, showing paybands and the number of employees in each payband for the 2013 and 2012 years

Banding 2013 number 2012 number
£60,001 – £70,000 71 49
£70,001 – £80,000 32 36
£80,001 – £90,000 28 28
£90,001 – £100,000 23 13
£100,001 – £110,000 9 8
£110,001 – £120,000 3 8
£120,001 – £130,000 7 4
£130,001 – £140,000 5 4
£140,001 – £150,000 1 3
£150,001 – £160,000 4 2
£160,001 – £170,000 2 2
£170,001 – £180,000 2 2
£210,001 – £220,000 1 1
£220,001 – £230,000 1 –
Wow, thats shut old Gandy up, as is often the way, opens her sewer, without finding out the FACTS
[quote][p][bold]Nebs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Kim Gandy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]carnmountyouknowitma kessense[/bold] wrote: Better security is whats needed,alarms and CCTV, the fat cats at head office going for expensive meals, on the firm, should channel some of these extravagances into security measures, at the source of their income.[/p][/quote]Have you got evidence of these fat cats at head office going for expensive meals? Charity organisations are usually quite trim in proportion to other organisations, they generally keep the costs down to maximise the profit for the charity. Have you volunteered in a charity shop? Perhaps you should try. It might give you a meaningful occupation. I found it quite interesting. Once again, FACTS before assumptions please.[/p][/quote]Here are some facts, from cancer research UK accounts which are on public view at the charities commission website, showing paybands and the number of employees in each payband for the 2013 and 2012 years Banding 2013 number 2012 number £60,001 – £70,000 71 49 £70,001 – £80,000 32 36 £80,001 – £90,000 28 28 £90,001 – £100,000 23 13 £100,001 – £110,000 9 8 £110,001 – £120,000 3 8 £120,001 – £130,000 7 4 £130,001 – £140,000 5 4 £140,001 – £150,000 1 3 £150,001 – £160,000 4 2 £160,001 – £170,000 2 2 £170,001 – £180,000 2 2 £210,001 – £220,000 1 1 £220,001 – £230,000 1 –[/p][/quote]Wow, thats shut old Gandy up, as is often the way, opens her sewer, without finding out the FACTS carnmountyouknowitmakessense
  • Score: 0

4:15pm Sun 9 Mar 14

ThisYear says...

carnmountyouknowitma
kessense
wrote:
Nebs wrote:
Kim Gandy wrote:
carnmountyouknowitma



kessense
wrote:
Better security is whats needed,alarms and CCTV, the fat cats at head office going for expensive meals, on the firm, should channel some of these extravagances into security measures, at the source of their income.
Have you got evidence of these fat cats at head office going for expensive meals?

Charity organisations are usually quite trim in proportion to other organisations, they generally keep the costs down to maximise the profit for the charity.

Have you volunteered in a charity shop? Perhaps you should try. It might give you a meaningful occupation. I found it quite interesting.

Once again, FACTS before assumptions please.
Here are some facts, from cancer research UK accounts which are on public view at the charities commission website, showing paybands and the number of employees in each payband for the 2013 and 2012 years

Banding 2013 number 2012 number
£60,001 – £70,000 71 49
£70,001 – £80,000 32 36
£80,001 – £90,000 28 28
£90,001 – £100,000 23 13
£100,001 – £110,000 9 8
£110,001 – £120,000 3 8
£120,001 – £130,000 7 4
£130,001 – £140,000 5 4
£140,001 – £150,000 1 3
£150,001 – £160,000 4 2
£160,001 – £170,000 2 2
£170,001 – £180,000 2 2
£210,001 – £220,000 1 1
£220,001 – £230,000 1 –
Wow, thats shut old Gandy up, as is often the way, opens her sewer, without finding out the FACTS
Ga-Ga- Gandi sez:

Charity organisations are usually quite trim in proportion to other organisations, they generally keep the costs down to maximise the profit for the charity. FACTS before assumptions please.

A ton of facts falls on her head:

Banding 2013 number 2012 number
£60,001 – £70,000 71 49
£70,001 – £80,000 32 36
£80,001 – £90,000 28 28
£90,001 – £100,000 23 13
£100,001 – £110,000 9 8
£110,001 – £120,000 3 8
£120,001 – £130,000 7 4
£130,001 – £140,000 5 4
£140,001 – £150,000 1 3
£150,001 – £160,000 4 2
£160,001 – £170,000 2 2
£170,001 – £180,000 2 2
£210,001 – £220,000 1 1
£220,001 – £230,000 1 –


And Ga-Ga- Gandi flies the coop squawking all the way...never to return..
[quote][p][bold]carnmountyouknowitma kessense[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nebs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Kim Gandy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]carnmountyouknowitma kessense[/bold] wrote: Better security is whats needed,alarms and CCTV, the fat cats at head office going for expensive meals, on the firm, should channel some of these extravagances into security measures, at the source of their income.[/p][/quote]Have you got evidence of these fat cats at head office going for expensive meals? Charity organisations are usually quite trim in proportion to other organisations, they generally keep the costs down to maximise the profit for the charity. Have you volunteered in a charity shop? Perhaps you should try. It might give you a meaningful occupation. I found it quite interesting. Once again, FACTS before assumptions please.[/p][/quote]Here are some facts, from cancer research UK accounts which are on public view at the charities commission website, showing paybands and the number of employees in each payband for the 2013 and 2012 years Banding 2013 number 2012 number £60,001 – £70,000 71 49 £70,001 – £80,000 32 36 £80,001 – £90,000 28 28 £90,001 – £100,000 23 13 £100,001 – £110,000 9 8 £110,001 – £120,000 3 8 £120,001 – £130,000 7 4 £130,001 – £140,000 5 4 £140,001 – £150,000 1 3 £150,001 – £160,000 4 2 £160,001 – £170,000 2 2 £170,001 – £180,000 2 2 £210,001 – £220,000 1 1 £220,001 – £230,000 1 –[/p][/quote]Wow, thats shut old Gandy up, as is often the way, opens her sewer, without finding out the FACTS[/p][/quote]Ga-Ga- Gandi sez: Charity organisations are usually quite trim in proportion to other organisations, they generally keep the costs down to maximise the profit for the charity. FACTS before assumptions please. A ton of facts falls on her head: Banding 2013 number 2012 number £60,001 – £70,000 71 49 £70,001 – £80,000 32 36 £80,001 – £90,000 28 28 £90,001 – £100,000 23 13 £100,001 – £110,000 9 8 £110,001 – £120,000 3 8 £120,001 – £130,000 7 4 £130,001 – £140,000 5 4 £140,001 – £150,000 1 3 £150,001 – £160,000 4 2 £160,001 – £170,000 2 2 £170,001 – £180,000 2 2 £210,001 – £220,000 1 1 £220,001 – £230,000 1 – And Ga-Ga- Gandi flies the coop squawking all the way...never to return.. ThisYear
  • Score: 2

4:37pm Sun 9 Mar 14

carnmountyouknowitmakessense says...

ThisYear wrote:
carnmountyouknowitma

kessense
wrote:
Nebs wrote:
Kim Gandy wrote:
carnmountyouknowitma




kessense
wrote:
Better security is whats needed,alarms and CCTV, the fat cats at head office going for expensive meals, on the firm, should channel some of these extravagances into security measures, at the source of their income.
Have you got evidence of these fat cats at head office going for expensive meals?

Charity organisations are usually quite trim in proportion to other organisations, they generally keep the costs down to maximise the profit for the charity.

Have you volunteered in a charity shop? Perhaps you should try. It might give you a meaningful occupation. I found it quite interesting.

Once again, FACTS before assumptions please.
Here are some facts, from cancer research UK accounts which are on public view at the charities commission website, showing paybands and the number of employees in each payband for the 2013 and 2012 years

Banding 2013 number 2012 number
£60,001 – £70,000 71 49
£70,001 – £80,000 32 36
£80,001 – £90,000 28 28
£90,001 – £100,000 23 13
£100,001 – £110,000 9 8
£110,001 – £120,000 3 8
£120,001 – £130,000 7 4
£130,001 – £140,000 5 4
£140,001 – £150,000 1 3
£150,001 – £160,000 4 2
£160,001 – £170,000 2 2
£170,001 – £180,000 2 2
£210,001 – £220,000 1 1
£220,001 – £230,000 1 –
Wow, thats shut old Gandy up, as is often the way, opens her sewer, without finding out the FACTS
Ga-Ga- Gandi sez:

Charity organisations are usually quite trim in proportion to other organisations, they generally keep the costs down to maximise the profit for the charity. FACTS before assumptions please.

A ton of facts falls on her head:

Banding 2013 number 2012 number
£60,001 – £70,000 71 49
£70,001 – £80,000 32 36
£80,001 – £90,000 28 28
£90,001 – £100,000 23 13
£100,001 – £110,000 9 8
£110,001 – £120,000 3 8
£120,001 – £130,000 7 4
£130,001 – £140,000 5 4
£140,001 – £150,000 1 3
£150,001 – £160,000 4 2
£160,001 – £170,000 2 2
£170,001 – £180,000 2 2
£210,001 – £220,000 1 1
£220,001 – £230,000 1 –


And Ga-Ga- Gandi flies the coop squawking all the way...never to return..
She needs wings, to get home to her 3rd floor flat....
[quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]carnmountyouknowitma kessense[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nebs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Kim Gandy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]carnmountyouknowitma kessense[/bold] wrote: Better security is whats needed,alarms and CCTV, the fat cats at head office going for expensive meals, on the firm, should channel some of these extravagances into security measures, at the source of their income.[/p][/quote]Have you got evidence of these fat cats at head office going for expensive meals? Charity organisations are usually quite trim in proportion to other organisations, they generally keep the costs down to maximise the profit for the charity. Have you volunteered in a charity shop? Perhaps you should try. It might give you a meaningful occupation. I found it quite interesting. Once again, FACTS before assumptions please.[/p][/quote]Here are some facts, from cancer research UK accounts which are on public view at the charities commission website, showing paybands and the number of employees in each payband for the 2013 and 2012 years Banding 2013 number 2012 number £60,001 – £70,000 71 49 £70,001 – £80,000 32 36 £80,001 – £90,000 28 28 £90,001 – £100,000 23 13 £100,001 – £110,000 9 8 £110,001 – £120,000 3 8 £120,001 – £130,000 7 4 £130,001 – £140,000 5 4 £140,001 – £150,000 1 3 £150,001 – £160,000 4 2 £160,001 – £170,000 2 2 £170,001 – £180,000 2 2 £210,001 – £220,000 1 1 £220,001 – £230,000 1 –[/p][/quote]Wow, thats shut old Gandy up, as is often the way, opens her sewer, without finding out the FACTS[/p][/quote]Ga-Ga- Gandi sez: Charity organisations are usually quite trim in proportion to other organisations, they generally keep the costs down to maximise the profit for the charity. FACTS before assumptions please. A ton of facts falls on her head: Banding 2013 number 2012 number £60,001 – £70,000 71 49 £70,001 – £80,000 32 36 £80,001 – £90,000 28 28 £90,001 – £100,000 23 13 £100,001 – £110,000 9 8 £110,001 – £120,000 3 8 £120,001 – £130,000 7 4 £130,001 – £140,000 5 4 £140,001 – £150,000 1 3 £150,001 – £160,000 4 2 £160,001 – £170,000 2 2 £170,001 – £180,000 2 2 £210,001 – £220,000 1 1 £220,001 – £230,000 1 – And Ga-Ga- Gandi flies the coop squawking all the way...never to return..[/p][/quote]She needs wings, to get home to her 3rd floor flat.... carnmountyouknowitmakessense
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