From 2020 the annual subscription is £15 per person/ £30 per family (two adults and children). It will be due from September 1st 2020. Student membership continues to be free.
If you are joining for the first time after September, you may take out a part-year membership from 1st June for £7.50 in 2021.You can join before any talk. Or, to join by post, contact the Membership Secretary on the email firstname.lastname@example.org
Joining for the Zoom Lectures? This is the quickest way:
Please write a cheque made payable to Abergavenny Local History Society for £15 (single) or £30 (dual).
Please put on the back of the cheque: your name(s), membership numbers (on your previous membership card) and your address to identify you.
New members can join by downloading, filling in and signing a membership form (link below) with a cheque for £15 (single) or £30 (dual).
Post it (or put it through the door) to Mrs J Patrick 57, Belgrave Rd, Abergavenny, NP7 7AH
A membership card, and an introductory pack for new members, will be forwarded to you as soon as possible.
Unfortunately, if you use BACS there is a delay as we are only supplied with information by the bank once a month.
Contact information for the Membership Secretary: 01873 854327
Why not pay by standing order for peace of mind?
You can download and print out the membership form and bring it with you to any lecture. This is also the form for members to use to register or change Contact Preferences. Download a Membership Application Form here - ALHSNewMems18.pdf
Sut mae ymuno a chysylltu â ni:
£15 y flwyddyn yr un/£30 y teulu (dau o oedolion a phlant) yw tâl aelodaeth y gymdeithas yn daladwy o'r cyfarfod cyffredinol blynyddol ym mis Medi.
Hanner blyddyn: £7.50 ar ôl 1 Mehefin 2021. Mae croeso i newydd ddyfodiaid ymuno ar unrhyw adeg o'r flwyddyn.
Dewch i un o'r darlithoedd yn Theatr Bwrdeistref y Fenni sy'n cychwyn am 7.30yh (gweler y dudalen ddarlithoedd). Os hoffech gael rhagor o fanylion e-bostiwch ni ar email@example.com
Data provided by members will be held securely by the Membership Secretary. Janet Patrick, firstname.lastname@example.org
It is supplied as required to other committee members (Trustees) for distribution of information as below.
What is the purpose of keeping data on our members?
1. To know the name of the member and if a current membership fee has been paid.
2. To be able to communicate with members by
3. To enable the committee to send out information relating to
b. lectures and other events of historical interest
and the Annual Newsletter
4. To maintain records for gift aid and standing orders
5. To carry out profiling analysis on
a. the interests of members to guide our programme
b. how people found out about the society
We do NOT :
⦁ Data share with other organisations (regardless of whether data is sold or exchanged for free)
⦁ Research data on members, regardless of whether data is obtained from the public domain, or a publicly accessible source. (including attempting to find out any information about a person’s financial position, property, previous donations or their propensity for giving)
⦁ Acquire data from third parties – this includes the details of prospective donors, acquiring data to flesh out existing or prospective donor records
⦁ Send out marketing material except for information about summer visits, events and lectures
Removal of data
The society will delete information one year after the membership lapses unless this information is required to be retained for the purposes of a gift aid claim relating to previous years.
You may withdraw your consent to receiving information by email/post/phone/text at any time by notifying the Membership Secretary.
Please register your preferences by filling in a new Membership Application Form which you can download from the link near the top of this page.
Information for Members - the small print!
Abergavenny Local History Society undertakes to fulfil the aims laid down in the Society’s Constitution. This will normally include, among other activities, a series of lectures and visits to places of historic interest over the summer. ALHS supports Abergavenny Museum, the local Eisteddfod and other organisations where appropriate. These can involve volunteering opportunities for members. Some activities, such as the summer visits, incur charges to cover costs. Members receive updates and information about the Society’s activities at lectures, by email, on the website and in the annual newsletter.
Membership of ALHS entitles members to attend all the lectures shown on their membership card and to have free tea or coffee after the lecture. If a lecture has to be cancelled every effort will be made to replace it with a suitable alternative. If the cancellation is due to very bad weather the lecture will, if possible, be rescheduled to the summer. Very occasionally tea and coffee may not be available.
ALHS membership will run from 1 September 2020 until the meeting in September 2021 and subscriptions are £15 per person per year. Children and full-time students enjoy free membership. Subscriptions may be paid by standing order: ask the Membership Secretary for a form if you wish to pay this way.
Members are encouraged to fill in the Gift Aid section of the membership application form if they can, as Gift Aid boosts the Society’s income significantly. Pease ask the Membership Secretary for a gift aid form if you think you are eligible to claim and have not previously filled one in. Members are encouraged to provide their email address as this saves ALHS the cost of printing and postage. Just contact email@example.com to give your email address.
Members are requested to bring their membership card with them to all lectures and Summer Visits. If a membership card is mislaid it will be replaced by the Membership Secretary when the loss is reported.
Visitors may come to one lecture free (though donations are welcome) but they are expected to pay for membership if they wish to attend another lecture.
People who have previously been members of ALHS may not attend any lecture as a visitor, but must renew their membership. Previous members who have allowed their memberships to lapse are always welcomed back as members.
Members are requested to inform the Membership Secretary as soon as possible if they change their Contact Permissions, Gift Aid status, address, telephone number or email address, or if they cancel their standing order.
The Summer Visits are usually overbooked, so bookings are made in the order received from members. All those going on visits must be members at the time of booking and at the time of the visit. Places on Summer Visits may not be booked for guests unless they are already members of the Society. Last minute places may be taken up by guests only if they pay their Society membership subscription for the year (£15) in addition to the cost of the visit.
The Committee reserves the right to cancel the membership of any member whose continued membership is felt to be detrimental to the Society.