Membership is open to anyone living in the local area who is over 60 years of age.
Cost of membership is £5.00 on joining for the first year, then £4.00 to renew thereafter.
Associate membership is open to individuals aged 55 years to 59 years of age - cost £2.00.
If you are interested in joining, pop along to our club and ask for a membership form and leaflet.
Renewals - we have a membership box in the lounge. Place your old card and fee in an envelope and put in the box for processing. Subscription renewal is April 1st.
For members over 90 years of age there is no charge for existing members. However new first time membership for those who are 90+ will be charged £5.00 for the first year then free thereafter.
1. All members to respect the premises and not cause damage to fixtures and fittings. Any damage found or caused must be reported to a Committee Member.
2. Deliberate damage will incur loss of membership without appeal.
3. All members must observe matters of Health and Safety including any emergency alarms.
4. Respect for all members and volunteers when present at the club must be observed at all times.
5. All payments and subscriptions to be paid on time as agreed within the terms of membership or activity.
6. Group activities may be subject to a small charge concerning refreshments or as agreed within the group taking part. A minimum charge of 50p per group member is charged when taking part in any activity.
7. Equipment provided by the Association for activities must not be removed from the premises without authorisation.
8. Members may request items for activities or for the good of the club by contacting any committee member who will follow up on the members behalf at the monthly committee meeting.
9. All activity groups will appoint a team leader who may then give notice to attend a committee meeting to discuss any activity matters.
10. Members will be invited to an AGM in accordance with Association rules and for the election of a Management Committee and Trustees.
11. The Association is for the benefit of all members who may have a say in the running, resources and management of all activities.
12. The Association is not a Day Centre and does not provide qualified carers. Members who need supervision should not be left alone, but should be accompanied by a carer or other suitably qualified person to provide assistance. A carer need not be a member of the Association.
13. The premises are in general suitable for visitors and members who may be disabled, apart from the committee room on the first floor which is accessed by steep stairs.