MEMBERSHIPMeeting place: Barnwell Village Hall. Coffee will be served from 10am. Meetings commence at 10.50am.SOCIETY MEMBERSHIPThe Arts Society Oundle welcomes new members, but unfortunately we do have a Waiting List as the number of people we may have in our lecture venue, Barnwell Village Hall, at any given time is limited by insurance and fire regulations. In recent times, however, most of those joining the waiting list have been offered full membership within one year and being on the waiting list does offer some advantages. Currently we have a scheme whereby Waiting List members may attend up to 5 lectures in any one season at a price of £10 per lecture. All that we ask that they please e-mail or call the Membership Secretary before the lecture if they wish to attend, so we can ensure that there will be a seat available. We also ask that Waiting List members sign the guest book when they register at the meeting and pay the £10 fee. In addition, there are sometimes opportunities to join our organised events or study days if there is space available. If you would like to join the membership waiting list, please download an application form below and return to me at the address given. Our programme runs from September to June the following year and I keep in touch with Waiting List members each summer during the renewal process. As membership places become available, they will be offered to our Waiting List members in strict chronological order of their applications. Please also feel free to contact me by e-mail if you have any questions about membership or any other aspect of our society. Tony BatchelorMembership Secretarydrtonyb@icloud.comClick here for a waiting list membership formGuests and those on the membership waiting list are welcome (£10 fee) but it is essential to telephone or email the Membership Secretary beforehand on 07917 632268 or email: email@example.com Membership has many benefits:•10 Lectures (Sept, Oct, Nov, Dec, Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May, June)•Visits, study days throughout the year •Opportunity to participate as a heritage volunteer or church recorder and be involved in arts education for young people•Up to date web site giving details of events and booking forms•Quarterly Review national magazine, an informative national visual arts magazine Following the changes to the Data Protection legislation in May 2018, we are required to inform you that the personal membership details you have provided will be held securely by The Oundle Society and by the national organisation, and will not be shared with any third parties.How to find us Click here for Googlemap showing the venue.
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