Become a member 

The Wotton-Under-Edge Historical Society and Heritage Centre is dependent upon support from the community.  One of the best ways to support us is to become a member.

MEMBERSHIP LEVELS

Volunteer Member                    £12 pp (an optional reduction from Primary membership) 

Open to volunteers working on a regular basis at the Heritage Centre, committee members, front of house or backroom activities. Membership includes free access to lectures as well as the use of the library and archives, a 10% discount in the Heritage Shop, regular updates to our activities and invitations to our events and previews.

Primary Membership                     £20 per person (minimum).

As above.

Associate Membership            £75

As above for two Primary members and two guests. One free Calendar per household.

Contributing Membership     £200 pp

As above plus 15% discount for shop items. Two free Calendars per household.

Sponsor                                           £500 pp

As above plus 20% discount in The Heritage Shop. Four free Calendars per household. 

Donor                                              £1000 pp

As above plus 25% discount in the Heritage Shop. Five free Calendars per household.

Patron                                             £2000 pp

As above plus 33% discount in the Heritage Shop. 10 free Calendars per household.

 

You can purchase a membership at the Heritage Centre.  In addition you can request a form through the post or by emailing us at wuehistsoc@gmail.com.

We are always looking for more volunteers to help us run the Heritage Centre. If you are interested in volunteering at the Centre, please select this link for more information.

 

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