Join Us – Become a Member
Society Membership is at an all time high of 120 including 9 corporate members. If you would like to add your name to that list, please print and complete the form below, then send it to: Membership Secretary, John Critchley, at 14 Wilkes Street, E1 6QF.
You can now purchase your annual membership online. Select the required membership option by clicking the appropriate red button. You’ll be redirected to our secure payment page.
NB You do not need a PayPal account! If you do not have one, select the “Checkout as a guest option” at the bottom.
£10 ~ All Local Residents
As a member you and your household will automatically be an affiliate of the Spitalfields Society
Founded in 1994, the Spitalfields Society has, over the years, campaigned on behalf of the residents for a variety of issues which have affected our community. We have also endeavoured to make our community a more pleasant place to live by supporting initiatives and investments in Spitalfields.
At the 2015 AGM, (then) Chairman Nicholas Morse highlighted the year’s main involvement:
Anti Social Behaviour: a huge amount of engagement locally, including:
- The monthly meetings held by Jason Zeeloof of the Old Truman Brewery.
- The police
- Other local amenity groups, including SPIRE, concerned with reducing Anti-Social Behaviour, involved with which are two of the Society’s Committee members
- The number of public toilets in the area
- Written objections made on behalf of Residents to licensing applications including: 114a Brick Lane, Public Life (again), 24-28 Fournier Street, The Sweet Point Old Montague St, Geronimo Inns, Preem Fried Chicken, Preem at 118 brick Lane, 22 Osborne Street: and personal attendance at licensing hearings
Planned local developments including 86 Brick Lane (a Whitbread-owned Hotel), The Elder Street Area, The Bishopsgate Goodsyard, the Ex-Shoreditch Station, The Pedestrianisation of Brick Lane,
Spitalfields Neighbourhood Forum
Crossrail: liaison with Crossrail on the effects of the tunnelling: and the arrangements for members to have access to Waldeck Engineers for an independent survey of their properties.
The Church and Gardens:
Dissemination of local information, for sale, wants, etc. to all members through an e-mail group using Bcc
£25 ~ All Local Business
As a member you and your company will automatically be an affiliate of the Spitalfields Society
If you do not require membership but would like to make a donation – CLICK HERE – All contributions welcome
And there is a social side!
The 90th Birthday of HM Queen Elizabeth II held on Sunday 12th June 2016