You're welcome to drop in - visit & pay for workshops, or for any evening. But why not :BOOK a Season Ticket NOW- By our new & easy method. THIS way it's "green" and PAPER FREE: - so preferably Choose how you arrange a BANK TRANSFER (or BACS Payment) to prepay for it ALL (If you really prefer, then you may print: then write on & post our completed form with a cheque payable to Great Alne Folk Festival.) SO CHEQUE PAYMENT STILL IS - (AND WILL REMAIN) - A CHOICE AVAILABLE TO YOU! How our FPS or Bank Transfer payment can be made - YOU FINISH the process by emailing the filled-in form to Karen, after making YOUR own FPS transfer into the festival account. HOW - 1) You can most simply do the transfer by phoning your Bank / Building Society from home. 2) If YOU find it more convenient, just visit your bank branch, asking to use their FPS facility. With either of these first two choices - NONE OF YOUR PERSONAL DETAILS ARE ON-LINE ! or 3) Make the transfer by Internet Banking, if this is your normal preference.
So: 1) Download and "open" this form which you need. 2) Choose your method to FPS transfer into the sort code and account number of the Festival's account - Quote your surname as a reference code to go along with the payment. 3) Email the completed form to Karen at her given email address. 4) You will [normally 2-10 days afterwards ] get back an emailed individual receipt as acknowledgement from us.
This way, you post nothing to us, and have no need to write a cheque. You send to us no personal bank details whatsoever ! This payment choice is relatively quick, and can be totally free of paper. We are most appreciative of Karen W's kind administration of these emails: thus making FPS payments possible on this website. **
The forms thanks to your feedback, we'll improve in an ongoing way. Please report IF you CANNOT OPEN a form. Should you find you've any problem, please contact us. Constructive suggestion appreciated. This payment method - an innovation - does result in different appearance of the forms on various devices.
Technical stuff to explain further for those perhaps interested - Preparation makes use of "open" software (Open Office) on a MacBook laptop. Web-browsers used to produce (& this website) are "Chrome" or "Firefox". A majority of forms are likely to be opened with "Internet Explorer" browser usinga PC. So the documents for fill-in are presently converted into Microsoft Word 97/2000/XP (.doc) format. Suggestions of any alternative enabling the form readily to be filled in on a large Android handset would be appreciated, as would feedback reports of effectiveness of the forms for completion on an iPhone and iPad.