Joining the society
page updated 29th January 2017
Join now for membership to 30th June 2017
Berkshire Family History Society — for family historians like you. Not everyone has Berkshire ancestors, although some of us do. In contrast, some of us have no Berkshire ancestors. But we all know a good family history society when we find one.
It's the society for you if you are one of the many family historians who live in, or close to, the Royal County of Berkshire...
It's the society for you if you are researching Berkshire ancestors — wherever in the world you may live
Your membership year runs from 1st July to 30th June — Whatever point in the year you join, you will receive all four copies of the society's quarterly magazine, the Berkshire Family Historian, for that year
- Around half of the society's members live in the area of the pre-1974 Royal County of Berkshire. Just over four in 10 live elsewhere in the UK, and nearly one in 10 of society members lives overseas, with Australia, the USA, Canada and New Zealand the main locations.
Keep up with the ever-changing world of family history research with your membership of Berkshire Family History Society
JOIN NOW — to enjoy membership until 30th JUNE 2017
You pay less than 4p a day — for a single membership
You pay less than 5p daily — for two family members at one address
For UK taxpayers —a Gift Aid declaration makes your payment go further—and helps the society — at no extra cost to you
for Membership to 30th June 2017
12 month membership
|Fees unchanged for a fifth successive year|
|UK Single member||
UK Family members
* includes one-off joining fee of £3.00—to cover your 52-page Members' Handbook (Fourth Edition, 2013), other materials, postage and administration
How to join Berkshire Family History Society
you can join online
you can join at a meeting
you can join at the Research Centre
you can join at an outreach event
if you like, you can even join ... by post
Download (or collect) your Membership Application form today
Complete your form and return it to the society as soon as you can.
The next page explains the importance of Gift Aid, if you are eligible to make a declaration as a UK taxpayer.
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