NADFAS East Grinstead
East Grinstead  
The Society will be changing its name to The Art Society East Grinstead from 17 May 2017. It will also have a new logo a sample of which is shown at the foot of this page. The manager of this website will also change from Keith Pratt to David Paterson from April 2017
The East Grinstead branch of the National Association of Decorative and Fine Arts Societies (NADFAS) meets on the second Tuesday of each month from September to June each year unless otherwise advised. We meet in the East Grinstead Chequer Mead Community Arts Centre which is open at 9.00am and the events start with a number of announcements at 10.50am and lectures starting promptly at 11am. We aim to finish at approximately 12noon.
For full details of membership and our activities, please browse these website pages.
The venue for the lectures is Chequer Mead Community Arts Centre at De La Warr Road, East Grinstead, West Sussex. RH19 3BS. The telephone number of the venue is: 01342 302000.
The venue has licensed catering facilities and morning tea & coffee is available before the lectures. Lunch after the lectures can be ordered in advance.

    NADFAS Sussex Area

Sussex Arms

From Chichester in the West to Hastings in the East there are twenty four individual Societies affiliated to the National Association of Decorative and Fine Arts Societies.
The members of each society enjoy a wide ranging programme of lectures, outings, and study days throughout the year, all organised by voluntary committees. For more information about other societies in the Sussex area go to http://sussex.nadfas.net 

      The National Association


The National Association of Decorative and Fine Arts Societies (NADFAS) is one of the UK's leading voluntary arts education bodies. We are an arts-based educational charity with almost 98,000 members and over 375 societies across the UK, Europe and Australasia. The aims of the association are the promotion of the aesthetic, education of the public, the appreciation and study of the decorative and fine arts, and the giving of aid to the preservation of our artistic heritage for the benefit of the public.
NADFAS promotes these aims through lectures on fine and decorative arts in their widest sense, through special interest days, visits, and tours and through volunteering activities, such as Church Recorders, Heritage Volunteers and Young Arts Groups.
The Society will be changing its name on 17 May 2017 to "The Art Society" and this and all associated websites will change as well. The NEW website address will be: www.theartssociety.org from that day. 



Registered Office:  NADFAS House  8 Guilford Street, London. WC1N 1DA   

Telephone: 0207 430 0730  

The Arts Society   The New Logo - this will start to be used from the 17th May 2017


Updated 21.4.17

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