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IF YOU WOULD LIKE to become a member of the Friends of Norfolk Dialect (FOND) – which entitles you to a free copy of The Merry Mawkin mailed to your address four times a year, as well as being informed of our ever-popular dews – please print out this page and fill in your details, and send it with a cheque for your membership fee to the Treasurer. (address below). Alternatively please see the request to pay by Standing Order and complete the form accordingly.
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Membership Application Form / Annual Subscription Renewal

Annual Subscriptions

At the Annual General Meeting on 27 November 2016, the members present voted for new subscription rates as follows, to take effect from 1 April 2017 :

Individual members, 10 per year each
Family membership, including all members living at the same address, 15 per year.
One copy of The Merry Mawkin will be sent to each unique address, addressed to the alphabetically first-named member at the address and intended for all members residing at that address.

These new rates will help to stabilise FOND's financial position, and your co-operation is requested in paying your subscriptions promptly and at the correct rate.

Subscriptions are due annually on 1 April. Any member who has not yet paid for the year ending 31 March 2017 is very politely requested to do so. For next year, commencing 1 April 2017, and subsequent years, it would be very helpful if as many members as are able to do so would pay by Standing Order. This can be done directly through your bank, in person, by telephone or online, or by completing the form below and sending it to the Treasurer. Members who already pay by Standing Order are requested, please, to amend their order, by the same means.

SPECIAL OFFER. To encourage prompt payment, any member who wishes to pay in advance for the 2017-2018 year may pay at the existing rates provided that payment is received by 31 March.

Richard Reid, Hon. Treasurer.


STANDING ORDER

To :______________________________________________________________________ (name and address of your bank)

Please pay Lloyds Bank, 38 Market Place DEREHAM NR19 2AT, sort code 30-92-88

For the account of F.O.N.D (Friends of Norfolk Dialect), account number 01376118, using reference Annual Memebership

the sum of __________________ (___________________________amount in words),

10 Individual, 15 Family

the first payment to be made on 1April 2017, or immediately if received by the bank after that date, and subsequent payments annually on 1 April until further notice,

and charge to my/our account, sort code : ____-____-____,
account no. __________________.

This Order cancels any previous or existing Order in favour of F.O.N.D.

Signed : ________________________________ ______________________________

Name(s) in full : ________________________________ ______________________________

Address : _____________________________________________________________________

_____________________________________________________________________________

If paying by cheque please send your completed form – together with a cheque made payable to FOND – to:

Richard Reid
Fern Cottage
The Green
Stalham Norfolk
NR12 9PU

If setting up a Standing order then follow the directions detailed abocve.

Email: Membership secretary



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