To ask the Secretary of State for Health what applications for financial support he has received from (a) Forest of Dean and (b) Stroud district councils for the pursuit of social enterprise schemes. 
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Phil Hope [holding answer 13 October 2008]:The Forest of Dean Health Care Enterprise applied for funding of £196,000 in round two of the Social Enterprise Investment Fund for 2008-09. Social Enterprise Stroud also made an application of £920,000 for the provision of services within the Stroud district council area.
Primary Care Trusts: Finance
To ask the Secretary of State for Health (1) how much funding South East Essex Primary Care Trust is due to receive in the 2008-09 financial year under his Departments funding formula; 
(2) how much funding South East Essex Primary Care Trust was supposed to have received under his Departments funding formula in the 2007-08 financial year; 
(3) how much funding South East Essex Primary Care Trust received in the 2007-08 financial year; 
(4) how much primary care trusts should have received under the Departments funding formulae for (a) 2005-06 and (b) 2006-07; 
(5) how much was paid to primary care trusts under the distribution mechanisms in (a) 2005-06 and (b) 2006-07. 
I refer the hon. Member to the answer given to the hon. Member for Falmouth and Camborne (Julia Goldsworthy) on 28 February 2008, Official Report, column 1911W.
To ask the Secretary of State for Health how much funding was allocated to primary care trusts at the start of the financial year (a) 2006-07 and (b) 2007-08; and how much was returned from primary care trusts to strategic health authorities at the end of each of those financial years. 
Details of the revenue allocations to primary care trusts (PCTs) for 2006-07 and 2007-08 are shown in the table.
Under the financial regime applied to the national health service surpluses are reported in the accounts of the individual organisations that generate them. Consequently, PCTs do not return surpluses to their strategic health authority. Surpluses are not lost to the NHS, but are available to be carried forward for use in future years.