THE WARWICK SOCIETY
The Civic Society for the historic town of Warwick England
“Making our town a better place in which to live and work”
The Warwick Society was formed in 1950 by a small number of Warwick citizens who were dismayed by the policies of the then Warwick Town Council which were allowing many old and historic buildings in the town to be pulled down. Now 64 years old the Society has fought many successful campaigns against poor developments proposed for the town.
The Society strives to preserve the heritage and improve the town environment of Warwick by encouraging high standards of design, architecture and planning. New members are always welcome to join socially or contribute time to help improve the town environment.
The Society was formed into a Trust on the 4th of November 1960. The Trust is a Company Limited by Guarantee, and not having a share capital. The purpose is to enable the Society to own and manage property, to raise and accumulate funds, and to receive legacies and donations for the objects of the Society. Please contact the secretary if you would like bring any matter to the attention of the committee.
Membership Secretary: John Fletcher 4, Chapel Street Warwick CV34 4HL 01926 493066
MEMBERSHIP OF THE SOCIETY
The society is proud to have 385 Members. If you know someone who would like to become a member please contact John Fletcher on the number above who will be pleased to send a membership form.
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WARWICK SOCIETY OFFICERS
Chairman: James Mackay ◊ Treasurer: Linda Butler ◊ Programme: Hilary Holland ◊ Membership: John Fletcher ◊ Meetings Secretary: Julie Dent ◊ Newsletter: vacancy ◊ Website: vacancy
SUGGESTIONS WELCOME FOR THE NEWSLETTER
The Warwick Society’s newsletters are for you, the members of our Society. If there are issues or areas of interest that you feel the Society should feature then please let us know. We want to ensure that you are being informed on the issues that concern you. We would love to hear from you.
Please e-mail (address below) or telephone a Society committee member with your comments who will be happy to receive them. The success of the newsletters is due to your continuing membership and support.