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Associate Membership

By becoming an associate member you will benefit from the following:

  • An Associate Member's badge
  • An Associate Member's ID number
  • An Associate Member's membership card
  • Insurance cover for any 'TG' events that you attend
  • Entitlement to enter all National Sports and Creative Leisure Events e.g. Scrabble, Crown Green Bowls
  • Entitlement to attend all National Events e.g. Carol Services, Annual General Meeting, Lunches and Conferences
  • Quarterly issues of the 'Townswoman' magazine
  • Access to campaigns through the Quarterly Topics in the Townswoman magazine
  • The new Public Affairs Booklet covering the TG procedure concerning mandates and a reference guide to topics covering in the past
  • A bi-annual Newsletter from TG Headquarters keeping you up to date with what's happening
  • Your own nominated National Trustee on the TG Board who can be contacted through TG Headquarters
  • Interactive web site with a private Member Services section giving access to useful information and documents. Please complete and return the application form together with your cheque for £17.00 made payable to "Townswomen's Guilds". Send them to the address stated on the bottom of the form marked for the attention of the "Office Manager".

Once your application has been processed you will receive a comprehensive welcome package.



** NOTE: as an Associate member you are NOT permitted to attend any individual local Guild meetings AT ANY TIME.


2018 - 2019 Associate form - NEW members.pdf




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Angela
Posted: Saturday, 16 Apr 2016 12:27
We have elderly members who are no longer well enough to attend meetings. They would like to remain members, and we would like to keep them but it seems unfair to charge them the full subscription. Associate membership means they are no longer part of our guild and we would not benefit from their membership although we would still keep in touch with them.
Joyce Hughes
Posted: Saturday, 27 Feb 2016 05:24
Would an associate member be able to attend federation events if so should they not be paying the affiliation fee like a normal member
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