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The Community Council invites those who live or work in the town to join our 200 Club.

Our aim

The function of the club is to support and sponsor events and environmental improvements and help local groups, organisations and individuals. The Club has been raising funds since 1988, is run under the rules of the Lotteries and Amusements Act 1976 and is registered each year with Fife Council.

Recent Awards

In recent years, the club has supported

Arthritis Care
Legion Scotland
St Andrews Harbour Trust
Museum and Galleries Studies Students RAF Exhibition
Cosmos Sandcastle Competition
Friends of the Botanic Garden
Express Group
Glebe and Langlands Road Tenants' Fund
Girl Guides
Boys Brigade
Girls' Brigade
Scouts
Disabilities Fife
Impact Mission
St Andrews Nursery
Mrs Selwyn, Hamish Plinth
Wednesday Club, Scooniehill Community Centre
St Andrews in Bloom

Membership

Membership costs £2 per month payable by standing order or annual cheque.
Download an application form:

Forms should be returned to Patrick.marks@btinternet.com or the administrator, Judith Harding - address below.

Prizes

Each member is allocated a number which goes into the monthly draw held at the Community Council meeting. Prizes of £50 £30 and £20 are available and the rest awaits applications and awards. Prizewinners are announced in the St Andrews Citizen. Businesses and citizens of St Andrews have a risk-free flutter – join our club! You may be lucky and win a prize but you will always be supporting your local community.

Applying for awards

Both groups and individuals in St Andrews may apply for an award. Annual awards to groups or individuals can be made under 200 Club rules. Applications must be approved by a small committee from the Community Council.
Download an application form:

Administrator

The Administrator of the 200 Club is Judith Harding, Viewfield, Argyle St. St Andrews KY16 9BU.
Read her appeal for new members.

This page is based on an article that first appeared in St Andrews in Focus.

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