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Join Heysham Heritage Association

Heysham Heritage Association (HHA) cares for Heysham and works to preserve its history while making this accessible to all. If you would like to help us, you should consider joining HHA, even if you don’t live near Heysham.

All members receive the HHA Newsletter to keep them informed of the Association’s current activities, and members are able to participate in heritage concerns. Members are also able to take part in activities, as much as they are able, and to do something for the community.

An important benefit of membership is meeting like-minded people. Advice is gladly given. You may well be inspired to develop a latent talent, for example in history, natural history, archaeology, literature, art etc.

If you wish to join Heysham Heritage Association, you will need to complete the membership form and return the completed form to:
Membership Secretary
Heysham Heritage Association,
Heritage Centre
24-26 Main Street, Heysham,
Lancashire,
LA3 2RW

All members of the Association agree to abide by the 
Constitution and Rules. If you wish to see a copy of the Rules please ask the Membership Secretary to send you a copy by email.

Contact:
memb@heyshamheritage.org.uk

The form can be downloaded from this page or you can pick up a copy from the Heritage Centre, during opening hours.
If you would like to help us achieve our aims in a practical way and you have time that you’d like to give, you could help by becoming a volunteer at the Heritage Centre. Many of our members are also volunteers.

Find out more about  
volunteering.

Find out more about the
Heritage Centre

Download the membership form
 

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Benefits of HHA membership

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Opportunity to meet like-minded people

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Free advice

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You help safeguard Heysham’s heritage

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Inspiration!

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Access to a range of research resources

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Visits to historical places