Dear Charity Commission for England and Wales,
Please provide electronic copies of the following documents of the Friends of Glenside Hospital Museum [reg. 1042422]:-
1. Constitution (as amended on 16 May 2000)
2. Accounts and Annual Return for the year ended 31 March 2009
3. Annual Update for the year ended 31 March 2010.
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Dear Mr Martin
Thank you for your email requesting copies of the charity***s Governing
document and accounts to 2009. Please find copies of these documents
attached to this email. These documents are made available under our
publication scheme as explained on our website at
Thank you for requesting a copy of the charity***s Annual Return for
31/03/2009 and Annual Update for 31/03/2010. This request for information
has been assessed as being requested under the provisions of the Freedom
of Information Act 2000 (FOIA).
I can confirm that we do hold copies of the above documents however Annual
Return/Update forms are not made available to the public on our website.
The Annual Return and Annual Update forms are exempt from disclosure under
three exemptions in the FOIA. The majority of the information is exempt
under s40 (2) of the FOIA because it contains substantial amounts of
personal data, the release of which would contravene the data protection
principles as set out in the Data Protection Act 1998.There is some
information contained on the forms that is not personal data but is
nevertheless exempt from disclosure under S21 FOIA because it is
accessible to you by other means- in this case the public register.
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provided on the forms. As such I am unable to send you a copy of the forms
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Ms Jan Provost (Compliance Manager)
Dear Provost, Jan,
Thanks for your response, and the clarification about the exemptions.
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