(1) In this part:
"community work" means—
(a) work for 1 or more of the following purposes:
(i) a religious, educational, charitable or benevolent purpose;
(ii) promoting or encouraging literature, science or the arts;
(iii) looking after, or giving attention to, people who need care because of a physical or mental disability or condition;
(iv) sport, recreation or amusement;
(v) conserving resources or protecting the natural environment from harm;
(vi) preserving historical or cultural heritage;
(vii) a political purpose;
(viii) protecting or promoting the common interests of the community generally or a particular section of the community; or
(b) work declared by regulation to be community work.
(2) However, work is not community work if it—
(a) involves acts or threats of violence; or
(b) creates a serious risk to the health or safety of the public or a section of the public; or
(c) is declared by regulation not to be community work.