Membership is open to anyone interested in the well-being of Cookham. By joining and giving your support – be it merely by subscribing or by taking a more active role - you strengthen the Society’s position. Currently we have over 1000 members, an amazing number for the size of our community. We always need more full members because representing as many residents and visitors as possible enables the Society to be stronger and more effective.
JOIN AS A FULL MEMBER
Subscription is due annually on 1st January from just £5 per annum per household, payable by bankers order. You can apply for membership of the Society by either printing off this Application Form or by contacting Ossie Wardell Yerburgh, tel: 01628 528041, email: email@example.com
JOIN OUR FACEBOOK GROUP
Join our Facebook Group and have your say in discussions about issues affecting Cookham. It's great to have more voices on board but please remember that we need subscribed full members to count towards our support base.
JOIN THE COMMITTEE
We are a cheerful and enthusiastic group from a wide range of backgrounds and are always on the lookout for people to help on the committee. If you love Cookham as we do why not join us and become actively involved, helping to make a difference to where you live? The main committee meets once every two months and sub committees get together more frequently to look at planning or environment issues. We always need more members, whether or not you have planning expertise, social media skills or just a willingness to help in any way we'd love to hear from you. For further information please contact our secretary Lysette Penston email: firstname.lastname@example.org
MAKE A DONATION
If you would like to make a donation to help us keep Cookham a place residents are proud to call their home, a great place to work or visit then please email: email@example.com
LEAVE A LEGACY
You can help to ensure that we have the resources to continue to preserve and protect our unique heritage for future generations. As a charity, we do not receive a direct state grant or subsidy for our work. The income from membership fees only covers our basic running costs and, therefore, we depend on legacies for the essential funds that help us to implement long-term plans and allow us to meet major challenges, both now and in the future.