You can join on line by filling in the form below and submitting it. You need to pay by the BACS system however through your bank to us .Santander Account ITN 1955 CLUB Number 44905161
DO NOT put any of your bank details on the on line form. Pay by your on line bank system only.[Form id=”ITN 1955 CLUB”]
The subscription for membership which is to help cover costs of running the Club (and this includes the distribution of a monthly 16-page Newsletter), is payable on joining and subsequently in January of each year. The amount is decided upon at the AGM. Currently it is £15 pa for UK based members and £20 for those living overseas (the extra is to help cover additional postage of the monthly newsletter). Additional donations are, of course, always welcome.
There are four main annual events – four ‘get togethers’
The Annual General Meeting which his held in Central London in March
Treasurers Lunch, early summer, at an AA- five star restaurant in Dorset.
A River Trip on The Thames, usually late summer, with lunch on board.
A Christmas lunch which is held every December, in Central London, at which
the 100 places have always been filled.
If you live in London you get the chance to attend a monthly meeting, should you wish to do so
and to attend other occasional social events. If you don’t live near central London you are kept in regular touch with other members
mainly through the monthly Newsletter
Alfred Wilson Honorary President
Jo Redding was First Honorary President
- Today the club has grown to comprise over 320 members.
- The object of the club is to keep alive the memories of the spirit of ITN.
- Membership, which has always included all the former editors of ITN, is open to anyone who has worked for ITN for not less than two years,
- It is primarily a social club-but it is also one which, through keeping in touch, concerns itself with the welfare of former colleagues.
- The club holds a monthly meeting on the first Monday of the month, at noon in a central London location.
- Currently the venue is The Kings Head, at the corner of Westmoreland Street and Wheatley Street, London W1 where an upstairs room is reserved for Club members.