COPE Membership and Constitution
Why become a Cope Member?
COPE has just under 3,000 registered individual members. Rosemary Wheeler from Cambridge was our 1,000th member, Hilary Fox from Haddenham was our 2,000th member, Alan Pheasey from St Ives was our 1,500th member and Alex Morrow from Huntingdon was our 2500th member.
COPE aims to promote and activate the interests and well being of the over 50's. Membership of COPE is open to anyone who is 50 or over. Membership is free, and allows you to attend Forums, and to receive regular free copies of the Newsletter (either by email or paper copies). Members can sign up to take part in Talking Together, a free programme of telephone-based discussions about topics of shared interest. Anyone living in Cambridgeshire is welcome to join COPE and add to our voice.
COPE, a registered Charity, is also an independent lobbying and campaigning group aiming to make life better for the Over 50's in Cambridgeshire. COPE represents the views of our members by sending out monthly Newsletter and holds regular social events. For more information and to further help the work done by COPE volunteers please telephone COPE Secretary, on 01223 364303.
How to become a member
Membership of COPE is free. Full Membership is available to anyone aged 50 or over in Cambridgeshire. Under 50's concerned about issues affecting older people can join as "Friends of COPE".
Click here to apply online for membership, or download the COPE Membership and donation Forms and send them to us by post, to the COPE Office, The Golding Room, St Luke's Community Centre, Vicotria Road, Cambridge CB4 3DZ, or by email to email@example.com.
You can download our constitution here.
Last Updated 24 September 2021