Campaign Accounts for Year 06

6th April 2016 | Accounts

Bring Back British Rail operates as a ‘non-charitable campaigning body’ and is not formally constituted or registered as a charity or company.

The campaign’s activities and materials are funded entirely by donations from supporters and proceeds from merchandise sales.

Bring Back British Rail aims to be completely open, transparent and accountable to its supporters and so publishes its accounts annually on this website.

Please download a summary of the Bring Back British Rail campaign’s accounts for Year 06: 6 April 2015 – 5 April 2016.

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Campaign Accounts for Year 05

6th April 2015 | Accounts

Bring Back British Rail operates as a ‘non-charitable campaigning body’ and is not formally constituted or registered as a charity or company.

The campaign’s activities and materials are funded entirely by donations from supporters and proceeds from merchandise sales.

Bring Back British Rail aims to be completely open, transparent and accountable to its supporters and so publishes its accounts annually on this website.

Please download a summary of the Bring Back British Rail campaign’s accounts for Year 05: 6 April 2014 – 5 April 2015.

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Campaign Accounts for Year 04

6th April 2014 | Accounts

Bring Back British Rail operates as a ‘non-charitable campaigning body’ and is not formally constituted or registered as a charity or company.

The campaign’s activities and materials are funded entirely by donations from supporters and proceeds from merchandise sales.

Bring Back British Rail aims to be completely open, transparent and accountable to its supporters and so publishes its accounts annually on this website.

Please download a summary of the Bring Back British Rail campaign’s accounts for Year 04: 6 April 2013 – 5 April 2014.

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Campaign Accounts for Year 03

6th April 2013 | Accounts

Bring Back British Rail operates as a ‘non-charitable campaigning body’ and is not formally constituted or registered as a charity or company.

The campaign’s activities and materials are funded entirely by donations from supporters and proceeds from merchandise sales.

Bring Back British Rail aims to be completely open, transparent and accountable to its supporters and so publishes its accounts annually on this website.

Please download a summary of the Bring Back British Rail campaign’s accounts for Year 03: 6 April 2012 – 5 April 2013.

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Campaign Accounts for Year 02

6th April 2012 | Accounts

Bring Back British Rail operates as a ‘non-charitable campaigning body’ and is not formally constituted or registered as a charity or company.

The campaign’s activities and materials are funded entirely by donations from supporters and proceeds from merchandise sales.

Bring Back British Rail aims to be completely open, transparent and accountable to its supporters and so publishes its accounts annually on this website.

Please download a summary of the Bring Back British Rail campaign’s accounts for Year 02: 6 April 2011 – 5 April 2012.

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Campaign Accounts for Year 01

6th April 2011 | Accounts

Bring Back British Rail operates as a ‘non-charitable campaigning body’ and is not formally constituted or registered as a charity or company.

The campaign’s activities and materials are funded entirely by donations from supporters and proceeds from merchandise sales.

Bring Back British Rail aims to be completely open, transparent and accountable to its supporters and so publishes its accounts annually on this website.

Please download a summary of the Bring Back British Rail campaign’s accounts for Year 01: 6 April 2010 – 5 April 2011.

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Campaign Accounts for Year 00

6th April 2010 | Accounts

Bring Back British Rail operates as a ‘non-charitable campaigning body’ and is not formally constituted or registered as a charity or company.

The campaign’s activities and materials are funded entirely by donations from supporters and proceeds from merchandise sales.

Bring Back British Rail aims to be completely open, transparent and accountable to its supporters and so publishes its accounts annually on this website.

Please download a summary of the Bring Back British Rail campaign’s accounts for Year 00: 1 November 2009 – 5 April 2010.

Get in touch on the email address below if you have any questions.