About the Norman Nicholson Society
Portrait of Norman Nicholson by Ray Troll
President: Lord Bragg of Wigton
Life Vice-Presidents: David Boyd, Neil Curry, Kathleen Jones
Chair: Charlie Lambert
Secretary: Janice Brockbank
Membership Secretary and Editor of Comet:
Dr Antoinette Fawcett
Treasurer: Brian Charnley
Schools & Community Liaison Officer: Sue Dawson
University Liaison Officer: Dr Christopher Donaldson
Press Officer: Charlie Lambert
Committee: Dorothy Richardson, Glenn Lang, Brian Whalley
The Society's constitution can be seen here.
The Norman Nicholson Society was formed in 2006 with the aim of educating the public in, and promoting the works of, Norman Nicholson.
We organise and support events and special projects which promote appreciation of Norman's work. We facilitate communication and the exchange of ideas between all who have a mutual interest in Norman's life and work. We also seek to encourage creative reflection upon locality in accordance with Norman's example.
The Society is pro-active in establishing links with schools and universities and is open to funding opportunities to enable us to expand this work. We are grateful to those funders who have supported us: the Britten-Pears Foundation for enabling us to commission a new piece of work by the composer Harry Whalley as part of our celebrations of Norman Nicholson's centenary in 2014; the Heritage Lottery Fund for a £10,000 grant in 2017 to pay for a feasibility study and architect's plans with regard to our project to buy Nicholson's old house; Arts Council England, Millom Town Council and Millom CGP Trust for supporting the Norman Nicholson Festival in 2019.
The Society's media editor is Charlie Lambert. Media enquiries are welcome to email@example.com
Previous media coverage of the Society here.
Data protection policy
New data protection regulations, know as GDPR, came into effect in the UK on May 25th 2018. The Society has reviewed and updated its data protection policy which can be seen here.
Join the Society
New members are warmly welcomed. Membership fees are £15 per annum or £20 for a couple living at the same address, and £6 youth membership (up to age 25). Please contact us via the Contact page.
Antoinette Fawcett talking about the formation of the Society and its ongoing work HERE