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Application for Membership

 

If you would like to join the Civic Society of St Ives, please complete the Membership Form shown below (DOWNLOAD THE PDF AND PRINT) and send to the Civic Society of St Ives at the address on the form. Please enclose your annual subscription with your completed form - the amount required is shown below.

If you would prefer to pay by Standing Order then please download the form and return it to our Membership Secretary (DOWNLOAD THE FORM AND PRINT)

Did you know that if you pay tax to HMRC the Civic Society can claim back the tax paid on your annual subscription, so increasing the size of your donation! If you simply tick the box shown near the bottom of the form we will do the rest! If you have any queries please contact Helen Eveleigh, our Membership Secretary.

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Household Subscription £12.00 per annum    Individual Subscription £7.00 per annum

 

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MEMBERSHIP FORM

 

 The Constitution of the Civic Society of St Ives

Changes made to Charity Law have caused the Constitution of the Society to be re-written.  This Constitution was formally adopted at the Society’s Annual Genaral Meeting held on 17th October 2008 and last amended at the Annual General Meeting held on 20th October 2017. The latest copy of this Constitution can be found below for you to download and read as required.

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Security and Security Policy

 

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Risk Assessment for Mettings in the Free Church

 

All monthly talks are held in the Free Church, St Ives, at 7.30 pm.

Non-members are always welcome and a donation of £2 is requested to help cover costs.

The Civic Society always takes a summer break and there are no talks planned for the months of June, July and August. However we will re-commence in September with a new programme of talks. Details of these talks can be found on this website as soon as they are published.


16th September 2016

Veronica Bennett - East Anglia Gardens of the National Trust.

21st October 2016

Annual General Meeting followed by:
David Stewart: The Heritage Lights programme & The Origins of the Gas Supply in St Ives

18th November 2016

John Deeks - History of Fenstanton.

20th January 2017

Alexa Cox - Huntingdon Three Photographers - Maddison, Hinde & Whitney.

17th February 2017

James Fairbairn: The Excavation of Spitfire X4593 - Holme Fen

17th March 2017

Ainslie Bousfield from The House of Flags - The Power of Flags

21st April 2017

Sue Knight: Holmewood Hall - Its History and Surroundings. This grand Victorian country house in Holme, once close to Whittlesey Mere, is now a conference and event venue. But the site has a fascinating history from the 17th Century through to WW2.

19th May 2017

Mike Petty - Cambridge Market, It's History and Future??

 

The next meeting to be held is shown in BOLD

RED shows an addition to the published programme

 

In case of last minute changes check this website for details.

 

 The Civic Society always takes a summer break and there are no talks planned for the months of June, July and August. However we will re-commence in September with a new programme of talks. Details of these talks can be found on this website as soon as they are published.

All monthly talks are held in the Free Church, St Ives, at 7.30 pm.

Non-members are always welcome and a donation of £2 is requested to help cover costs.

15th September 2017

Jed Jaggard - The Roman Soldier from Invasion to Withdrawal

20th October 2017

Annual General Meeting followed by David Stewart talking about HDC's Local Plan to 2036

17th November 2017

Annie James - Bound for Botany Bay, prisoners (including local ones) sent to Australia

19th January 2018

Simon Dew - The History of Dews Coaches, Somersham

16th February 2018

Brian White - The Travelling Post Office (TPO)

16th March 2018

Liz Davies - Victorian Crime and Punishment

20th April 2018

Richard Carter - Early Years of the St Ives Civic Society *

18th May 2018

Rodney Tibbs - The River Ouse, a Fenland River

 

The next meeting to be held is shown in BOLD

RED shows an addition to the published programme

* change to published programme

In case of last minute changes check the website for details.