The committee have discussed the way ahead in the light of the fact that there continue to be no contributions to enable production of a journal.

As we shall therefore have less costs to bear we have decided with immediate affect  to reduce the annual membership subscription to £10, and to introduce a joining fee [which will also be the first year’s subscription] of £20 for new members. It is expected that this will enable a small positive balance to be sustained in the accounts.

Payment of annual subscriptions is due now. Members will be sent a reminder by post and we hope that all members will continue to enjoy the other benefits of membership. However it will be understood that subscriptions that remain unpaid at the end of August signify a desire to no longer maintain membership.