Sunday, August 10, 2014

Charity Commission Address (postal correspondence)

Contacting the Charity Commission by post

If you are unable to use email, you can address postal correspondence to:
Charity Commission
PO Box 211
BOOTLE
L20 7YX

9 comments:

  1. its the wrong address here if contacting by post the correct postal address is
    Charity Commission
    PO Box 211
    BOOTLE
    L20 7YX

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    1. http://forms.charitycommission.gov.uk/contact-us/general-enquiries/make-a-general-enquiry/

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    2. I have updated the address thanks.

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