Charity Details

Culture & Sport Glasgow, SC037844
Registered charity from 20 February 2007
Charity Details
The name the charity is known by.The Name the Charity is Known By: Glasgow Life
This shows the latest contact address that OSCR has been given for the charity.Address: Floor 5
220 High Street
This is the latest postcode that the charity has supplied.Postcode: G4 0QW
This shows whether the address supplied by the charity is their principal office or the address of one of the charity's trustees. Where the charity tells us that the address is a charity trustee's address, we must publish the name.Office/Home Address: Principal Office
Shown where the charity has supplied us with a link to its website.Website:
Shown where the charity publishes accounts on its website and these are available to view online.Link to charity accounts:
Charities are shown as Standard charities, Registered Social Landlords, or Cross-Border charities. These last two will link through to other Regulators’ websites, where you may be able to view the charity’s accounts.Regulatory Type: Standard
OSCR Registration Logo: SC037844 Image Pack
Current status of the charity.Charity Status: Active
When the charity last submitted a change in information.Last Updated: 21 Dec 2017
Whether the charity is a Trust, Company, Unincorporated Association, SCIO, Educational Endowment, Industrial & Provident Society or Statutory Corporation, the date it became that form, and any previous forms it may have had.Constitutional Form: Company (the charity is registered with Companies House)
Link to Companies House:
This best describes how local or widespread the work of the charity is.Geographical Spread: Wider, but within one local authority area
This local authority area in which the charity is currently operating.Main Operating Location: Glasgow City
The Charity and Trustee Investment (Scotland) Act sets out 15 charitable purposes and one analogous purpose.Purposes: The advancement of education,The advancement of health,The advancement of citizenship or community development,The advancement of the arts, heritage, culture or science,The advancement of public participation in sport,The provision of recreational facilities, or the organisation of recreational activities, with the object of improving the conditions of life for the persons for whom the facilities or activities are primarily intended,The relief of those in need by reason of age, ill health, disability, financial hardship or other disadvantage
This lists which beneficiary groups the charity has identified as being the main focus of activities: children / young people, older people, people with disabilities or health problems, people of a particular ethnic or racial origin, other defined groups, no specific group or for the benefit of the community, other charities / voluntary bodies.Beneficiaries: No specific group, or for the benefit of the community,Other charities / voluntary bodies
This sets out the types of activity undertaken by the charity from the following: it makes grants, donations, loans, gifts or pensions to individuals, it makes grants, donations or gifts to organisations, it carries out activities or services itself, it does none of these.Activities: It carries out activities or services itself
These are taken directly from the charity's constitution. A charity's objects describe what the charity has been legally set up to achieve. They do not necessarily describe all of the activities the charity carries out in order to achieve these objects. Object:
4.1 To advance the arts, heritage, culture and science; 4.2 To advance education; 4.3 To advance public participation in sport which involves physical skill and exertion; 4.4 To advance health; 4.5 To promote civic responsibility, volunteering, the voluntary sector and/or the effectiveness or efficiency of charities; 4.6 To provide recreational facilities, and organise recreational activities, where such facilities/activities are available to members of the public at large with the object of improving their conditions of life; 4.7 To relieve those in need by reason of age, ill-health, disability, financial hardship or other disadvantage; 4.8 To advance citizenship and community development (including urban regeneration) by harnessing the cultural and leisure assets of Glasgow, the contribution made by activities in furtherance of paragraphs 4.1 to 4.7, and a range of other measures, to increase vibrancy and promote positive perceptions of Glasgow as a place to work, live, study play, visit and invest - in a common effort with other public, private and third sector partners to address issues of social, economic and physical deprivation across the City of Glasgow, including health inequalities, social exclusion and unemployment; 4.9 To advance such similar charitable purposes as the directors may consider appropriate from time to time; through the provision of services (including those entrusted to it by Glasgow City Council) which contribute to advancing well-being (primarily the wellbeing of residents of Glasgow) including (i) the operation, management and development of museums, art galleries and other facilities which provide public access to collections of works of art, antiquities and objects of scientific interest; (ii) the development and delivery of arts and cultural activities and events, artistic programmes, scientific/research programmes and educational projects; (iii) the operation, management and development of libraries and the provision of library and archive services; (iv) the operation, management and development of indoor and outdoor sports facilities (including arrangements to facilitate access to such facilities by those on lower incomes or having special needs and to encourage wider participation in healthy exercise);(maximum text reached, further full information can be obtained directly from the Charity)

Income and Expenditure figures are only available for all charities from June 2012. Prior to this, the data capture of expenditure figures depended on the type of form the charity completed.

Annual Return Submission History
Mailing CycleFinancial YearAnnual Return
The end of the financial year for which accounts and information has been requested.Year EndThe gross income for the period.IncomeExpenditureThe date OSCR sent the return to the charity.IssuedReceivedThe date the return was validated by OSCR.CheckedWhen a charity has submitted its return on time (within the required 9 months from its Annual Return Date), the Overdue/Late field for that charity will be green. Where a charity has submitted its return after the 9 month deadline, the Overdue/Late field will be red.Overdue / LateThe accounts available to view have had personal data such as signatures and addresses redacted (blacked out) to comply with the requirements of the Data Protection Act 1998. The charity’s accounts are the responsibility of the charity trustees and any queries regarding the content of the accounts should be directed to the charity in the first instance. OSCR accepts no liability for the accuracy of the charity’s accounts nor any decision based upon them.View Accounts
201331 Mar 2013£118,568,000£116,486,00002 Apr 201323 Dec 201303 Feb 2014No
201431 Mar 2014£128,048,000£127,281,00031 Mar 201409 Dec 201425 Feb 2015No
201531 Mar 2015£126,032,000£130,860,00031 Mar 201509 Dec 201516 Dec 2015No
201631 Mar 2016£119,535,000£120,674,00031 Mar 201612 Dec 201613 Dec 2016No
201731 Mar 2017£127,268,000£124,579,00031 Mar 201720 Dec 201721 Dec 2017No
Charity Accounts and Constitutions

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When a charity publishes its accounts on its website and has supplied us with a link, we have made this available. From late 2017, where the charity is a company, a registered social landlord or is also registered with the Charity Commission for England and Wales, a link is provided to the relevant regulator’s website where the accounts are made available. We accept no responsibility for the functionality, accuracy, or content of external websites – if you experience a technical issue with an external link, you should contact the charity direct.

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  • a copy of the charity’s constitution.

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