Join Us

New members are always welcome, why not join us ?

Our membership form is available below:

Click Here for Membership Application Form (MS Word format)

Click Here for Membership Application Form (PDF format)

Annual membership is just £15.00 for individual/joint membership, or only £10.00 for individual/joint membership if over 60.

Corporate membership is £50 p.a.

For more membership information contact or go to the Contact Us page.

What you get

The Society wants your support; this is what you give when you join us. We value  your contribution, as it enables us to actively carry on our work.

Members receive up to four newsletters per annum.  These keep members in touch with what the committee of the Society is doing on their behalf and often form a useful discussion point for visiting friends.

The newsletter often provides a considered explanation of what may have become an all out political argument – the Society is usually pressing for a sensible outcome – always with the interests of the town foremost on its agenda.

A selection of our older newsletters can be read from our online archive by clicking HERE.

From time to time, the Society will call meetings to consider important issues that face the town.  There is an annual general meeting every year.

For those who want to be more active, then membership of the committee is a possibility.  These members will devote more time to the Society and may be expected to undertake writing letters or to meet with councillors from time to time.  If you want to play an active part, please contact any member of the committee.

Members can always sit in on a committee meeting to see how discussions proceed.  All they have to do is contact the Society by clicking on the tab “Contact us”.

The Society can often put members in touch with others who may be able to help them over a particular local issue. We have good links and relationships with many local decision makers, including council officers and councillors.

By joining us you are helping to preserve what we have in WGC, as well as helping to ensure future developments are in the best interests of the town and its residents.