More than just a donation to your local charity...
Membership at The Mersea Centre is easy!! Once you have purchased your membership, you will have 12 months of benefits including:
Use of the fitness gym- only members may use our fitness gym. The gym is open 7 days a week and there are pay as you go or saver card options
Use of the squash courts
Discounted rates on some sporting groups and fitness classes including yoga and pilates
Discounted rates on hall hire
Discount prices on tickets for MICA run events including our hugely popular monthly Jazz club!
Regular emails updating you on what's going on at The Mersea Centre
There are three kinds of Membership of the Association:
Individual Members who can be Full, Junior or Concessionary
Family Members, who shall be parents and their children who are eligible for Junior membership.
Group Members who shall be Constituent bodies or Sections.
FULL members are all people aged eighteen and over living in the area - £38
JUNIOR members are all people under the age of eighteen living in the area. See Note (A) below- £16
CONCESSIONARY members are all people over the age of eighteen who are not in full time employment or are in receipt of the state pension. Apart from paying a different membership fee they shall be accorded the same rights and conditions as Full members- £28
FAMILY MEMBERSHIP- Family membership is open to parents/guardians and their children who are eligible for Junior membership- £78
GROUP MEMBERSHIP. Group Membership is available for: Constituent bodies such as the local statutory authorities and such voluntary organisations as operate in the area and satisfy the Council that they are independent organisations or branches of independent national or other organisations. Sections or groups, with the permission of the Council, be formed within the Association among the individual members for the furtherance of a common activity- £70 (£55 for non-regular users)
NOTES NOTE (A) Junior members shall not have the right to vote at a members meeting but may elect from among themselves two representatives to the Council who shall each have the right to vote as if they were Full members. NOTE (B) Group Members do not have the right to vote at members’ meetings, but may elect from amongst themselves one representative to the Council, who shall have the right to vote as if they were a Full member. NOTE (C) Each Constituent body or Section have the right to appoint one representative to be a member of the Council. They can, at any time by giving notice in writing to the Secretary of the Association, revoke the appointment of such a member and to appoint another member in their place. Such a member shall have the right to attend and to vote at a General Meeting of the Association.