The City of London Corporation is a uniquely diverse organisation. It supports and promotes London as the world’s leading international financial and business centre and attracts new business to the capital and the whole UK. It works in partnership with local communities to increase skills, employment and opportunities for all Londoners, through a range of education and training provision and through the City Bridge Trust, which donates more than £20m to charity annually. It also enhances the capital as a hub of culture, history and green spaces for Londoners – residents, workers, and visitors - with its Barbican Centre, Guildhall School of Music & Drama, Guildhall Library and Art Gallery, London Metropolitan Archives and 11,000 acres of open spaces (including Hampstead Heath and Epping Forest). It also looks after five Thames bridges (including Tower Bridge and the Millennium Bridge), the Central Criminal Court at Old Bailey, three wholesale food markets, is London’s Port Health Authority and runs the Animal Reception Centre at Heathrow.