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Join us for 'An evening of food and theatre', at Huntsham Court.

Age UK Mid Devon has teamed up with a number of local businesses and organisations, to launch ‘An evening of local food and theatre’.

The event is taking place on the evening of Thursday June 25th 2015, at Huntsham Court. Guests will be treated to a three course menu prepared by Marc Boddy of Tiverton’s ‘Go local’.

With two performances, during the evening from the highly acclaimed Tiverton Dramatic Society. As well as music from a local pianist.

There are also some great lots up for grabs in the charity auction, which will feature MP Neil Parish as guest auctioneer.

Tickets priced at £25 per person are available now on 01884 255369.

Trustee Treasurer Role at Age UK Mid Devon

Trustee Treasurer Role at Age UK Mid Devon

The Trustees have identified the need for a volunteer Treasurer to join the Age UK Mid Devon Charity Trustee board.

The charity is incorporated as a charitable company.

Currently, the finances are managed by a Finance and Admin Officer and the CO, our previous Treasurer having to retire.

Overall purpose of role
Maintain an overview of the charity’s affairs.
Ensure its financial viability.
Ensure that proper financial records and procedures are maintained.
Responsibility to: Trustees, Age UK Mid Devon

General responsibilities
To ensure the Charity applies its resources exclusively in pursuance of its Objects.
To ensure the proper investment of the charity's funds.
To help the Trustees reach sound financial decisions.
Additional duties
Overseeing the preparation of and presenting budgets, accounts and financial statements.
Ensuring that the charity has an appropriate reserves policy.
Ensuring that appropriate accounting procedures and controls are in place.
Liaising with any paid staff and volunteers about financial matters.
Advising on the financial implications of the Charity's strategic plans.
Ensuring that there is no conflict between any investment held and the aims and objects of the charity.
Ensuring the Charity's compliance with legislation.
Ensuring that the accounts are prepared in good time for auditing purposes and any recommendations are implemented.
Keeping the Trustees informed about their financial duties and responsibilities.

Treasurer person specification
Financial qualifications and experience of charity finance and (if possible) fundraising.
Commitment to the values of the Charity.
Willingness to devote the necessary time and effort.
Understanding and experience of the legal duties, responsibilities and liabilities of trusteeship.
Willingness to be available to staff and trustees for advice and enquiries on an ad hoc basis via email and telephone.
Time commitment
The time commitment from the Treasurer is at the individual’s discretion, bearing in mind the following:

1 Trustees Board Meeting a Month.
Occasional meetings with CO
Occasional meetings with the Finance and Admin Officer
All Age UK Mid Devon Charity trustees are encouraged and supported to take advantage of relevant training and development opportunities.

This role is voluntary and unpaid; however reasonable expenses will be reimbursed in accordance with the Charity’s policies.


Peter West

Chair of Trustees


Deborah Bridger-Elerick

Chief Officer



AgeUK Mid Devon is a charity that has been assessed using a quality system endorsed by the Commission. ISO 9001:2008 Accredited Link to our Facebook Page Link to our Twitter Account
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