How to Donate or become a Member

You can donate by cheque to The Monifieth Local History Society and post either through the letter box or Royal Mail



OR by bank transfer


Sort Code:       82-61-13

Account No.:   50442286


To Join :-

The annual membership subscriptions are:-

Adults     £15

Juveniles 12 to 16 years £10

Children  5 to 11 years   £5

 Please fill in the form:-


81 High Street, Monifieth   DD5 4AA

Charity Registration No. SC034053

Membership Application and Gift Aid Donation Form

Title                  Forename (s)                                              Surname

Home Address

Post Code

E-mail address                                                                                                         Tel. No.

Member’s Interests and Hobbies


Current Membership Fee__________ paid                               Receipt given □

The current annual membership fee is £15 (June 2019-20)



(A) I   wish the Society to treat as Gift Aid donations – Yes   √ No X
(i) My   annual membership payments.

(ii) All   other donations I have made to MLHS in the past 4 years.

(iii) All   other donations I make from this date forward unless I notify them to the contrary

(iv) I   am a UK taxpayer.


Signature_______________________________________ Date___________________________

(B)     I understand I need to have paid enough Income Tax (and/or Capital Gains Tax) in each tax year to at least equal the total amount of money that all the charities I donate to in that same year can reclaim on my gifts.

(Charities can reclaim 25p for each £1 donated).

Income Tax does not mean Council Tax or VA T It means tax which has been deducted from pay, work pensions, or from the interest on savings accounts or investments.


Please inform us as soon as possible if you think you have donated more in one tax year (6th April – 5th April) than your Income Tax will cover, or if you wish to alter your Gift Aiding in any way.

3 responses to “How to Donate or become a Member

  1. Good day! This is my first visit to your blog!
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  2. Found this,so joining! I lived in Monifieth 1939-57,educated @ Grove Academy,bussing or cycling!.My wife lived in the burgh too-we now live in Dalgety Bay.My father was twice Provost of Monifieth before the controversial regional council reorganisation in 1975. He and his wife Flora lived in Ferry Road from 1937-89 and then Hill Street and were proud residents and members of St Rules church. My father and family (widow and 5 children) moved from Dundee to Brook Street during WW1-his father served in 4/5 Bn Black Watch and died of wounds at the Battle of the Somme;my mother hailed from Broughty Ferry. Both remembered the trams. Keen golfers and bowlers. I remember JF Low Foundry (now Tesco) and Albert Works (now caravan site), Barry Buddon camp, etc-Monifieth was a small town with 2 banks, posat office,rail statioln and a few family shops but also had Alhambra cinema, golf,bowls,tennis, and beach to enjoy,as well as Scouts, Guides, BB etc- well before housing expansion and commuter land.
    ewen watt

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