YOU can be involved in our Heritage Centre and be part of making history in Axminster
- Make a difference
- Meet people.
- Learn new skills
- Take on challenges
- Have fun!
If you would like to help with…
- welcoming people to the Heritage Centre
- marketing and publicity
- our website and social media
- special events
- education and story-telling
- weaving, spinning and wool work
- caring for and cataloguing our collections
- researching artefacts, archives or local history
- behind the scenes administration…
please get in touch; we’d love to hear from you.
Contact our coordinator for a chat T- 01404 831207 E- email@example.com
Becoming an AH Member is one of the best ways you can support us….. and get something back for yourself.
Part of our democratic organisation, Members are entitled to vote at the AGM. They will also receive:
- Regular newsletters keeping them up to date with what we are doing
- Early notification of events by email
- Invitations to special members-only events.
We offer two schemes:
Annual £10 per year
Life, a one-off payment of £100 (a very good deal if you’re young and fit!).
Members receive a membership card.
We are continuing our Membership Discount Card scheme for 2018, which is proving very popular with old and new members alike. We are delighted to include River Cottage Canteen in this year’s partners, as well as those from 2017, including Acorn Gifts, Archway Bookshop, Axminster Printers, Sublyme Café, Trill Farm, and of course Axminster Heritage Alive.
You can download an application form here
Mary Minter, Membership Secretary, firstname.lastname@example.org
Gifts in Wills
We know that your first priority when making a will is to provide for your loved ones, but many people find that even after they’ve done this they can leave something to a cause they hold dear. Leaving a gift in your will is one of the most valuable and lasting ways you can support us. It costs nothing during your lifetime but will have a powerful impact for years to come. If you would like to leave a gift to Axminster Heritage we would recommend you speak to your solicitor.