Welcome to the 60th Page you Muggy Keyboard Warriors. Let's celebrate this milestone with a good one, shall we? Enjoy. Today, in the vein of Charity and Charitable contributions [£5 for fans and the excellence shown by T&MFC in being kind & gracious hosts] I'd like to talk about Glenn Tamplin and his Charity and Charitable contributions, because Glenn Tamplin likes to talk about his Charity and Charitable contributions. For those that missed it, during an interview with wideboy Tamps back in Oct. 2017, Billericay Town owner Glenn Tamplin shares his fascinating life story From the same article [and no, this hasn't been Photoshopped] : Titled : "Posing with a lion" Yes. Yes, he is posing with a lion. In blueface, too. LOLCow. Same article, Chapter 4-Finding peace in the Lord, The Vainy One talks about his humility and his faith. Interlocution : "Glenn, what did you think your purpose was?" What? This one? Charity Details Total expenditure over the last five years = less than a week of BTFC's purported wages. Well, that's not unusual - perhaps it's just a 'pure' Trust. Pure Trusts simply hold things on Trust, they often don't trade. They often have low turnover, like the tiny numbers above - compare AGP Steel's "£5m per month"... [of course, that's simply not true in this case - I've 'purely' added it for legal purposes ] Perhaps it does its trading through a trading arm, a Limited Company for example. Is it in any way related to this company, O Vainy One ? SILKWORTH LTD - Overview The one that only ever filed Dormant Accounts, on 26/05/2014, and even then for only the first of its three years in existence ? SILKWORTH LTD - Filing history I don't know whether or not to add it into the list in Post #1700, because the sole shareholder isn't Mr Tamplin but Mr Robert Michuki, 'Minister of Religion'. SILKWORTH LTD - Officers The other Directors, Antony Kimani & James Michuki, don't show up elsewhere in Tamplinomics. It's conceivable that, should it be linked with the so-called 'Silkworth Trust' in the article, Mr Tamplin merely provided its Ministers with funds only and had no other involvement. In any case, the company never filed Trading Accounts or acted in the Course of Business, unless the Dormant Accounts were falsely Filed. Well, the Silkworm Trust's spelling is very definitely Glenn : Its Twitter account is incredibly active and vibrant. The Silkworth Trust (@silkworth1145) on Twitter No posts at all since 12 August 2014, 6 Tweets & 1 re-Tweet since joining in December 2013 10 followers and no comments made on the 6 Tweets. Active. Easter eggs are still a theme, though: Vibrant. The 1145 in the Twitter handle is the Registered Charity no.: 1145145 This Charidee is most definitely active. And vibrant. Absolutely not moribund. Absolutely not. But, in case you thought it wasn't The Veiny One, this image was posted on 12 August 2014: Charidee, with added AGP Steel advertisement. "The Fabrication Specialist" Aye, ain't that about reet, lad. So that may or may not be 07119557 AGP Steels Ltd 2011-2014 [during its Insolvent Liquidation] OR it could be 2013-date 08793555 AGP Steel Structures London Ltd AND definitely isn't 2016-date 09990454 AGP Steel Fabrication Ltd [the company formerly known as Dagenham & Redbridge FC 2016 Ltd]. Glad that's clear. Bet that AGP "The Fabrication Specialist" sign was part of a write-off or write-down somewhere though, eh? Two things spring to mind when looking at the numbers. Firstly, a Charity with income below £10k per annum isn't required to Register. In this instance, with the numbers well below that threshold, I would aver that the purpose is solely in order to be able to say the term 'Registered Charity'. This has the benefit of kudos and the benefits of Deductions from Taxes. Secondly, it's very interesting that GT's interest in, and funding of, the Silkworth Trust drops off abruptly during the DELETE WHERE APPLICABLE Bishop's Stortford/Brentwood Town/Dagenham & Redbridge/Billericay Town/A.N. Other football club shopping trip/acquisition phase. The homeless appear to have gotten a lot less given to them [to be fair ye were at least apparently doing that, according to what has been Filed with the Commission] once you got your hands on your new toy, BTFC, BiGGunz - the others having been deleted, as applicable. The answer's obvious, Glenn can better make the world a better place through football. Or at least finally find the love that he's been looking for. This marks where The Vainy One fully morphed into The Veiny One, I would posit. Still a vain fucker, mind. But, if you feel like giving, you can here : The Silkworth Trust - TotalGiving™ - Donate to Charity [although it appears no one ever has] The website doesn't work, either - it just shows the default web server that they use : According to the Pingbots and suchlike, it hasn't worked for a long time. There was no entry in DMoz, which was running whilst the Silkworth Trust has been active. Even Google only returns 4 results on a strict search for the DNS - The Charity Commission, Open Charities [a transparency networking project using the Commission's data] & 2 spam-like sites [both being the same site]...there's not even a backlink anywhere. Obviously the Silkworth Trust is reliant on a Yuuuge online presence for fundraising. Anyway, Big Guns continues, "Once I found God, it filled that hole which I would call peace of mind. It filled that void, because I had been trying to find a dad and I never found him. I had been trying to find a woman and they kept letting me down. So for me it gave me peace of mind when I found the Lord." Ah. Explains a lot. Everything, in fact. He just wants a cuddle.