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Honorary Membership

At TG we are immensely proud of the women who through their actions and principles have had a positive impact during the fight for women's rights and equality. But the fight continues so as a thank you, and by way of recognising their efforts and achievements, we will be offering Honorary Membership to a select list of outstanding women.

Choosing Honorary Members
Our plan is to invite members to nominate women, living now, who have made waves, continue to make waves or are believed will continue the fight and make waves in the future.   To propose someone that you think is worthy of Honorary Membership click here.

From the list of nominees the NEC will select three names and run a 2 month poll in the members area to find the most popular individual. The individual with the highest vote will be awarded Honorary Membership.  To vote on the current poll click here.
 
Honorary Membership entitles the member to a badge, a copy of the magazine and the right to attend any TG national events on the same basis as all other members and we would like to think they would also welcome at any of the guilds.




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