Oxford University Cave Club

Cabeza Julagua Expedition 1993

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Accounts

Paul Mann
Income
Grants:Oxford University£250.00
Oxford Society £200.00
O.U.E.C. £200.00
Sports Council£500.00
Total grants£1150.00
From members:Deposits (19 people @ £120.00)£2280.00
Insurance£734.75
Transport£960.00
Personal equipment£2916.14
Total from members£6890.89
Interest£1.09
TOTAL INCOME £8041.98
Expenditure
Equipment: Rope£305.00
Rigging£755.14
Camping£156.15
First aid£92.95
Radio £72.06
Surveying equipment£86.70
Fuel £66.93
Carbide£96.00
Personal equipment£2916.14
Total equipment£4547.07
Transport: To van account for use of van £659.86
Car hire£111.98
Trailer£250.00
Ferry tickets£411.00
Fuel£339.19
Additional insurance£72.65
Total transport£1844.68
Personal insurance£699.75
Publications:Prospectus£10.01
Report(projected)£190.11
OUCC Proceedings£250.00
Total publications£450.12
Administration£158.23
Photography (projected£155.00
T-shirts (gifts for locals £18.97
1992 Expedition debt passed on£168.16
TOTAL EXPENDITURE £8041.98

Notes

  1. The above excludes the following: costs for the Hungarians, who were self contained; transport of members not travelling with the expedition (approx. £2080); food costs whilst in Spain (approx. £1500); insurance arranged individually by 8 members (approx. £300).
  2. The minibus is owned jointly by Oxford University Cave Club and the expeditions, who both pay a fee to the Van Account whenever they use the minibus: this account covers the running costs of the van.
  3. The trailer was bought using a loan from the Special Projects Fund: this loan is being repaid at a rate of £250 per year for three years.
  4. Every few years, the club brings out a proceedings, covering the discoveries of the relevant period. This is paid for by contributions from each year's expedition.
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