Revealed: Lincoln SU spent over £50,000 in affiliation fees last year

More than £50,000 in affiliation fees was paid by The University of Lincoln Students’ Union in 2016, it has been revealed.

Lincoln Students' Union (SU)

The total figure for 2016 was over £50,000 – up by £21k from 2015.

The figures, published in a document handed out to members at tonight’s Annual General Meeting, showed the total sum from last year as £50,583.26 – up by over £21k from 2015.

Of the 10 affiliation fees paid by Lincoln SU, the NUS’ charge was the highest, at £43,340.10. The lowest, at £48, was Volleyball England.

Below are the full sums from 2016, including the 2015 prices in brackets where appropriate:

  • NUS: £43,340.10 (£20, 331.09)
  • Lincolnshire Football Association: £128 (£46)
  • BUCS: £6,018.16 (£6,285.69)
  • GB Archery: £140
  • England Handball: £100
  • England Hockey: £134
  • England Lacrosse: £100 (£100)
  • Rugby Football League (RFL): £195
  • Basketball England: £380
  • Volleyball England: £48

The 2016 see four new additions to the list, with money now going to Volleyball England, England Handball, GB Archery and England Hockey.

Meanwhile, no affiliation fees were paid to Lincoln Rowing Centre or LVA Volleyball last year as opposed to 2015, where the organisations were given £1,750 and £100 respectively.

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