Eastbourne History is presented by the Eastbourne Local History Society
President : William Earl of Burlington.
The Eastbourne Local History Society was founded in 1970.|
It is a charitable, not-for-profit organization whose objective is the pursuit and encouragement of an active interest in the study of the history of Eastbourne and its immediate environs and the dissemination of the outcome of such studies by the means of talks, publications, conducted walks and visits to places of local interest. The Society has a wealth of local historical images.
The society has about 270 members whose subscriptions provide the funds necessary to support the activities. Some twelve meetings are held each
year at St Saviours and St Peters Church Hall, South Street, Eastbourne.
Each Meeting is addressed by a speaker with local historical knowledge.|
A journal, the Eastbourne Local Historian, is published quarterly to provide a vehicle in which members' research findings are published.
It also provides a programme of forthcoming meetings and activities, news, notes, and enquiries.
The Society is administrated by voluntary officers and committee members, whose positions are subject to annual election.
Policy decisions are taken on General Committee.
All work on this website is voluntary and remains the copyright of the contributor unless otherwise stated, and may not be reproduced in any form whatsoever without the express written permission of the copyright holder.
All requests to quote or illustrate from this material should be addressed in the first instance to firstname.lastname@example.org
The views expressed by individual authors do not necessarily represent those of the Eastbourne Local History Society.
Membership to the Society is available to any individual upon payment of the annual subscription.|
Membership subscription of the Society from January 1, 2011.
For 2013 single membership is £10 and includes the quarterly Eastbourne Local Historian.
For two members at the same address and share the Eastbourne Local Historian, membership is £14.00 for the two members.
For UK based members who require just the Eastbourne Local Historian and who do not attend meetings, the new annual subscription is £5. Includes the Historian posted to anywhere in the UK.
Subscriptions are due on 1st January each year, but new members joining after 1st October will have their subscription extended to the end of the following year. All remittances must be made in £ Sterling
However if you wish to pay your subscription by Bank Standing Order, please indicate on the form and a bank mandate will be forwarded to you. (This will save you time in the years to come and will ease our administrative burden).
New Members ~ Donations ~ Existing Members
For any additional information about membership, please write to :
The Membership Secretary
Mrs Maureen D. Copping
8 Wannock House
2 Wannock Lane
Telephone 01323 485971
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