Membership of the Society is open to all, irrespective of age, sex, race, ethnic origin or disability. The members of the Society shall be those who pay an annual subscription (at the rate determined by the committee). Membership gives free admittance to the six winter concerts and eligibility to vote in Annual and Special General Meetings. For information on how to become a member and the current subscription rate, click on the membership tab. Hovering your mouse over this tab will open two further tabs, for use should you wish to become a member or make a donation using our on-line facility.
NON-MEMBERS ARE WELCOME AT ALL OUR CONCERTS
However, please note that should you wish to come to four or more during the season, it would be cheaper to become a member.
At all our concerts we give free admission to Children (under 16 and accompanied by a paying adult) and to Students (under 25 and full-time),
provided that seats are available – we have never turned anybody away yet.
TO SEE DETAILS OF FORTHCOMING CONCERTS
Hover your mouse over the ‘Concerts’ tab above and then move the cursor sideways and click on a concert to open its page. If the artist/group has their own website, you will find a link to it on the relevant concert page, where there are usually additional links to video or audio clips.
We hold a season of six Winter Concerts in the Lecture Theatre at Clitheroe Royal Grammar School Sixth Form Centre, York Street, Clitheroe. Directions to the Centre may be found on the venue page. The Centre has disabled access and toilet facilities and there is free car parking in the school yard. A printed programme, with details about the artists and items to be played, is available at every concert; performers are also encouraged to introduce the pieces they are going to play. There are no reserved seats; the intimate nature of the venue makes this unnecessary; the seats are tiered so everybody has a clear view of the players. However, able-bodied patrons are requested to leave the front row free for any who may have difficulty climbing steps. Refreshments are provided in the Dining Hall at the interval; you are invited to enjoy these and the chance to chat to friends at the same time.
In addition to the series of six Winter Concerts, we hold a Summer Concert in the Ribble Valley Council Chamber. This is situated on Church Street, Clitheroe. On the map on the venue page, the Council Chamber is below St Mary’s Parish Church and opposite Clitheroe Library. There are no tickets for this concert; admission is by donation on the night (members and visitors) .
Where, as in the previous paragraphs, you see an underlined entry in blue, that is a link to another web page. Click on it to visit. It will open in the same window so, to return to our site, all you have to do is to click on the ‘Back’ button or ‘Return’ arrow on the tool bar.
OFFICERS OF THE SOCIETY
President – The Mayor of Clitheroe
Vice President – MARTIN ROSCOE
Chairman – Tony Cooper, 28 Peel Park Avenue, Clitheroe, BB7 1ET, tel. 01200 424577
Vice-Chairman – John Bradley, Arnside House, Old Back Lane, Wiswell, Clitheroe, BB7 9BS, tel. 01254 822921
Hon. Secretary and Concert Organiser – Ken Geddes, 4 Denbigh Drive, Clitheroe, BB7 2BH, tel.01200 423474
Hon. Treasurer – Joe Dykes, 41 Waddington Road, Clitheroe, BB7 2HJ, tel. 01200 422775
Membership Secretary – Ann Robinson, 447 Revidge Road, Blackburn, BB1 8DH, Tel. 01254 680588
Publicity Officer – Barbara Milne-Redhead, The Barn, Old Back Lane, Wiswell, Clitheroe, BB7 9BS, Tel. 01200 441306
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