Promoting the historical and architectural heritage of Friar Gate Bridge.
How To Support
Friends Of Friar Gate Bridge Membership
A great way to show your support for the campaign to restore the Bridge is to become a friend. We need members to ensure that we have a broad spread of views, and a supply of future Trustees and volunteers. A strong membership helps us validate our public engagement and ongoing support which are essential when applying for funding.
Memberships runs annually from the month of joining and you will receive a reminder the month before renewal. Our preferred contact arrangements are via email, as this is more cost effective. However, if you prefer other forms of communication please let us know.
We have two main types of membership Individual and Corporate, with the Board of Trustees reserving the right to award Honorary memberships which are be reviewed annually.
Any membership enquiries and completed forms can be sent to email@example.com and we aim to respond within 5 working days.
Alternatively, you can make a donation to help us save the bridge for future generations.
Terms and Conditions are found within our Constitution
Individual Annual Membership
£10 per person
Friends of all ages are invited to become members of the Charity ‘Friends of Friar Gate Bridge.’ Fees will be used for the general setting up and running of the charity, as well as the funding of works and continual maintenance to the Bridge itself. For full terms and conditions of membership please refer to the downloadable Constitution. Main features of Individual Membership are:
Corporate Annual Membership
£100 per organisation
For businesses and other organisations. Fees will be used for the general setting up and running of the Charity, as well as the funding of works and continual maintenance to the Bridge itself. For full terms and conditions of membership please refer to the downloadable constitution below. Main features of Corporate Membership are:
There are lots of ways you can get involved. If you’d like to volunteer for organising events, communicating the progress of the campaign, raising funds or delivering talks to general interest or specialised groups, please get in touch. Please put ‘Volunteer’ in the subject line if you are contacting us using email.
We’d also like to hear your thoughts on how the Bridge might be used in the future, and from those who would like to share their memories of the Friar Gate Line. Again please get in touch. Please put either ‘Thoughts’ or ‘Memories’ in the subject line.