This workshop is for anyone who deals with the accounts within their organisation.
This will be an interactive workshop for you to see good practice and how accruals should be done within your accounts.
1.2 Should the charity prepare fully accrued accounts?
Fully accrued accounts must be prepared by a charity that fulfils at least one of the following criteria:
- has a gross income for the year of £100,000 or more (this threshold increases to £250,000 for accounting periods starting on or after 1 April 2011)
- is a company or a Registered Social Landlord or a Higher or Further Education Institution
- the constitution or governing document or any enactment of Parliament says the charity should prepare fully accrued accounts, or accounts that give a true and fair view of its financial affairs
- the trustees have decided that they will prepare fully accrued accounts.
*Please bring a copy of your most recent set of their own accounts this is for so you can have some private review on the day.
To Book, view details on the link below
Clackmannanshire Community Transport Association
Meets Tuesday November 13, 2018
CTSI Connect Centre, Burgh Mews, Alloa
10:00 – 12:00 am
Help us write our vision for transport in Clackmannanshire!
CCTA welcomes people with an interest in transport to talk about local issues and community need.
Transport has already been highlighted as a contributory factor to loneliness and many in our community are worried about changes to bus services but what can we do about it? Come and help us work it out.
For more information about CCTA contact Liz Rowlett at CTSI
Is it ok to mention C H R I S T M A S?. it’s actually just 9 weeks away..YIKES!!
We know it’s still October but in order to avoid clashing with other local events the Alva Christmas Fayre is just around the corner on Sat 17th November and the clock is ticking.
Full details are on the poster below
Stall Booking form can be accessed here:
Planning and Building Standards Closedown
The Council will shortly be changing its Planning and Building Standards IT software provider and, consequently, there will be a short internal closedown period during which time we will be unable to receive, validate, register or update any new or current applications. The closedown period will take place from 10:00am on Thursday, 25 October until Monday, 5 November.
During this period, you can continue to submit planning and building warrant applications through the e-Development portal but any applications submitted will be held in a queuing system until after the closedown period.
If you are submitting applications and/or revised information in paper format, these will also be queued and validated in order of date received.
We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause. Please do not hesitate to contact either Allan Finlayson, the Planning & Building Standards Team Leader (01259 452 621) or Mark Grant, Business Support Officer (01259 452 540) or email us at email@example.com if you require clarification of any of the above or need any further information.
Though the date for comments has passed, Clacks Council have kindly given Alva Community Council and the Community 7 more days to make comments on the planning application to build 104 houses in East Stirling Street, Alva.
You will need to register with Clacks Web to submit any comments
Click here to view the application
Forth Valley Third Sector Conference
Save the Date
Wednesday 13th February
Reminder – have your say
CCTSI, SVE and Falkirk CVS are in the process of organising our second Forth Valley Third Sector conference, to be held in February next year and would like your help to decide what workshops should be offered at the event
To ensure we have another successful conference, could you please spare a couple of minutes to complete the survey below by this Friday please
First Bus have made changes to the local bus timetable which came into effect today
NEW SERVICE:51 & 52
Replaces service 54/54A between Stirling and Cowie replaces service 62/63 between Stirling and Hillfoots.
New cross city links from Cowie, Whins of Milton and Braehead to Causewayhead, Tullibody and Alloa.
Frequency reduced to every 30 minutes on each route.
New service 51 route – Cowie – Bannockburn – Whins of Milton – Broomridge – Braehead – Stirling – Causewayhead Corner – Tullibody – Alloa.
New service 52 route – Stirling Bus Station – Causewayhead Corner – Wallace Monument – Stirling University (rear entrance) – Menstrie – Alva – Tillicoultry – Coalsnaughton – Fishcross – Sauchie – Alloa.
Click here for the 51 52 timetable