Subscriptions 2016-2017 are due for HJC – renew now please.

Membership subscriptions for 2016 – 17 are now due, payable by 30 June 2016. Adult Membership is £55 per individual (no increase in charge since last year)*.

Children under 18 are free. Please include their details if wishing to join.

Please complete the form below and return, together with your payment to HJC Interim Treasurer, Alison Turner. 

Payment methods:

Bank transfer : contact Treasurer for bank details. 

Cheque: payable to Herefordshire Jewish Community

*For anyone with financial difficulty, please contact a Council member, and we will do our best to accommodate your needs.

I/We wish to join/renew our membership of the Herefordshire Jewish Community for 2016 – 17. Bank transfer for £      has been made OR A cheque for £      is enclosed.

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hjcliberal

I moved to Hereford in 2012, before that I was a Londoner, from North and Northwest London. I continue to work as Archivist at Liberal Judaism in London 2 days a month. I am also Archivist for HJC.

5 thoughts on “Subscriptions 2016-2017 are due for HJC – renew now please.”

  1. Dear Herefordshire Jewish Community,

    I am writing to introduce myself to you.

    I am an authority on the subject of chocolate, on which I lecture widely, and might be the only person in Britain ever to have delivered a lecture on Jews and Chocolate! My chocolate career spans many decades, and now that I am retired I lecture widely on the subject. I am happy to forward a CV to you on request.

    Solid eating chocolate was invented in Bristol, where I live, and Jews have played a surprisingly important role in the historical development of chocolate, and I was recently invited to give a lecture in Bristol on Jews and Chocolate, which I have subsequently presented elsewhere. The wide-ranging and highly illustrated lecture is surprising, moving and entertaining, and my talks are usually followed by an extremely popular chocolate tasting session (not obligatory but highly recommended). My chocolate events usually sell out, and a good time is had by all. It’s a great way of getting people together, and of raising funds if required. I would charge my usual fee plus expenses.

    I hope my suggestion is of interest to you, and I look forward to hearing from you.

    With best regards,

    Laurence Trackman

    1. Dear Laurence Trackman
      Thank you for your very kind offer, I have passed it on to my fellow officers in our community and expect we will discuss it at our next meeting, which is this week. Many apologies for not replying to you earlier, we are a very small community and only meet once a month for services. Nevertheless, chocolate interests many of us, so it seems an idea worth pursuing.

      Best regards
      Alison Turner
      for HJC

  2. I would like to join, but cannot print your form; also what are the benefits of membership. I had thought of joining the Birmingham Progressive shul, but you are on my doorstep.
    Thanks

    1. Sorry for not replying earlier, I was in Scotland with very patchy broadband and web access when I got your comment. I have passed it to our Membership Secretaries who will be in touch with you shortly.

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