Business Plan

In the first half of 2020 a Consultant was hired by Neath Port Talbot County Borough Council to advise on the development of the Arts Centre.  We input into his research.  His report of May 2019 was shared with us in November 2019 having informed the Council’s investment plans.  The report, which backs up the existing strategy, can be found here.

Here are what we will be working on over the next year.

Supporting the Arts Centre and USer Groups when can operate Covid19 secure

Recruit beneficial support skills for Friends Group

Prepare FPAC accounts for YE 31 Dec 2020

Support the Council’s investment in a new cinema, including if possible a special Friends grant

Work in conjunction with NPTCBC to support grant aid applications  for priority capital & revenue projects at PAC including  possible cinema pod and external atrium

 Aim to increase current membership & retain all members for 2021

 Secure sponsorship/ patronage support & income from individuals/businesses

 Scrutinise any future NPTCBC budget proposals & lobby as required

 Assist in increasing attendance @  PAC post Covid19

Work in conjunction with NPTCBC to update the 3 year business plan based on local community feedback and reflecting the independent report

Identify areas of practical support/ advice to PAC following preparation of  a business plan &  assistance with management issues

 NB  The order of listing does not represent any suggested priority. Overall strategy is to balance ambition with realism. . Success – will depend on all of us being active – active supporters and putting ideas into action.  Skills for individual tasks etc: everything helps. 10 areas – 5 are about development of Friends, 5 of the Art Centre and of course these  overlap. Main areas – Fund raising, helping increase attendance, working with Council