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Seacourt circle

We really value our supporters and we want to give something back to you. Become a member of Seacourt circle and enjoy a variety of benefits ranging from discounts on workshops, prints and workshops, early booking access, invitations to private views and a free print.  

Subscriptions to our Seacourt Circle helps us fund:

  • our vital work with people who are isolated, have mental health or chronic illness or are experiencing challenges
  • support and nurture our creatives, provide employment for artists who help nurture creativity and provide community and connection
  • provide an extensive education programme working with over 500 young people every year

Our tiered Friends scheme means you can choose the level that is right for you and enjoy more of what you love at Seacourt. Download the pack here.

Whatever you can give, we really do appreciate it.
To join – choose your donation level and click to pay, we’ll send you a welcome pack and your membership letter.

·     £5 off workshops and courses (excluding create print tasters) and early access to bookings

·     Invitations to special events plus opportunities for special offers and competitions

·     A pack of ten limited edition Seacourt Christmas cards (worth £12, pictured above)



·      All Bronze benefits, plus…

·      Free fundraising print worth £15


·      All Bronze benefits, plus…

·      Free print of the year in June

·      Invitation to Seacourt’s AGM

Terms and Conditions

A full list of terms and conditions can be downloaded here. 


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