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Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport written question – answered on 14th March 2019.

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Photo of Lord Ashton of Hyde Lord Ashton of Hyde The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport

The total value of the National Fund (registered charity number 1046814) in each of the last 30 years is outlined in the table. This information is drawn from the annual return and accounts made by the charity to the Charity Commission.

Further information about this charity can be found on the Commission’s Register of Charities – http://beta.charitycommission.gov.uk/charity-details/?regid=1046814&subid=0

Year

Value

31st March 1989

£69,300,504

31st March 1990

£72,653,490

31st March 1991

£77,709,537

31st March 1992

£82,498,878

31st March 1993

£100,763,662

31st March 1994

£121,911,103

31st March 1995

£115,238,395

31st March 1996

£137,805,861

5th April 1997

£150,190,619

5th April 1998

£198,319,294

5th April 1999

£211,483,433

5th April 2000

£229,684,098

5th April 2001

£195,273,150

5th April 2002

£190,712,791

5th April 2003

£148,667,171

5th April 2004

£183,275,344

5th April 2005

£199,826,830

5th April 2006

£253,825,296

5th April 2007

£270,696,472

5th April 2008

£280,633,063

5th April 2009

£245,436,574

5th April 2010

£319,296,696

5th April 2011

£339,804,923

5th April 2012

£352,367,480

5th April 2013

£382,135,431

5th April 2014

£403,289,053

5th April 2015

£444,060,381

5th April 2016

£422,092,507

5th April 2017

£474,933,604

5th April 2018

£498,762,757

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