The Daily Telegraph magazine - Charities cover (9 March 1973)
1 in stock.
Good condition for age - yellowing to page edges
BIG BUSINESS WITH A BENEVOLENT FACE - British charity is big business. There are 100,000 registered in this country, with capital assets of a nominal £150 million, and their incomes are higher than they have ever been. We look at the many forms which charity in Britain takes. Where does the money come from? How is it spent? 8 pages
THE REVELS ARE IN HAND, AND TOURING - Sally Beauman joined the Royal Shakespeare Company in Eastern Europe, at the beginning of their year-long tour 6 pages
GALAPAGOS: PARADISE ON THE ROCKS - The Galapagos Islands were a volcanic afterthought on the map of the world. Their isolation provided Charles Darwin with the anthology of animal life on which he was able to base his Theory of Evolution. Today it provides a small group of Europeans with a refuge from the strains and stresses of a wider world. We met the people and photographed the islands and their animals Three and a half pages