Committee Members, Office-bearers and Contact Details
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We are a Member Society of The Arts Society, which was founded in 1968 to promote and advance aesthetic education, to cultivate the appreciation and study of the decorative and fine arts and to aid the conservation of our national artistic heritage. Our 330 members (we are the second largest Society in Scotland) come from a large area ranging from Peebles in the west to Eyemouth on the east coast and from Hawick and Jedburgh in the south to Lauder in the north. We also welcome our neighbours from Berwick-upon-Tweed and North Northumberland. The Tait Hall in Kelso, where we meet for lectures is a large venue and we do not have limits on membership numbers: prospective members are welcome to contact the Membership Secretary at the number or email address given below. A selection of visits is offered each year, often to places of interest not normally open to the public. Opportunities are available for members to take part in the work of Church Recording and Heritage Volunteering and to help at lectures.Annual membership is £42 (single) or £75 (joint): please contact the Membership Secretary (details below) if you would like to join.
Visits SecretariesJenny Hedgecoe 07766 596836Jane Farr01890 820211Shelagh Townsend-Rose01890 883934Audio Visual Team John Barker Harry CockerillTom Ingoldsby Church Recorders & Heritage Volunteers Ray Cartwrightbraesidelanglee@gmail.comNewsletterCaroline Donegall