Friends of Leamington Art Gallery



The Friends of Leamington Spa Art Gallery & Museum was founded in 1967 at the instigation of Leamington Borough Council's Librarian and Curator with the aim of supporting the Art Gallery & Museum. It began with 40 members. Since then the membership has grown steadily and the society has helped the Art Gallery and Museum in many different ways:

  • Funding towards the purchase of paintings, ceramics, and other works of art.
  • Support for items of local interest such as the conservation of a C19 marble basin from the now demolished Aylesford Well House in Leamington Spa.
  • Conservation and reframing of works within the Art Gallery and Museum collection.
  • Funding of school visits to the gallery and an annual FLAG Schools Award.
  • Funding of exhibition catalogues.
  • Funding of a People's Award Prize at the Biennial Open Exhibition.


Watershed, 2010 © Edmund de Waal, photograph Michael Harvey, courtesy of artist and LSAG&M


The Annual Subscription for membership of FLAG is £12.00 per person.

 Members benefit from a series of monthly talks between October and April, excursions to places of special interest over the summer, a 20% discount at the Royal Pump Rooms shop, twice yearly newsletters and a free exhibition catalogue when financed by FLAG.

To become a member of FLAG, please download a membership application form from the dedicated FLAG website. Membership forms are also available in the foyer of the Pump Rooms, or email us at: