JOIN THE SOCIETY
During the last year we opened the entire society website publicly so that everyone could read the journals without having to login.
We have now reverted back to a password protected members area to read the journals.
If you have not logged into the new website for some time, you may have to reset your password for security reasons. If that’s the case, just click here and follow the steps to do this.
If your email address is on the system, you will be able to login OK. If you have any difficulties, click here.
If you’re not a member and would like to join, please subscribe using the methods on this page.
Membership of the Society costs £30 per annum. All Journals are now published on-line in our members’s section.
Membership includes full access to all current and past issues of the journals, plus extensive additional research information. You can subscribe by direct debit (if you have a UK bank account) or pay by credit card (available to all), by completing the appropriate form on this page, or you can click here, print off the PDF and return it by post.
Subject to availability, new – and existing – members may purchase back copies (2 Journals for each year since 1997) for the discounted price of £10 each incl. p&p. Journals are A4 size and bound with a dignified and attractive stiff cover to enhance their presentation and collectability.
HOW TO JOIN
You can join and become a member using the options listed below.
SUBSCRIBE BY DEBIT/CREDIT CARD (AVAILABLE TO EVERYONE)
Just click the Subscribe Now button below and join using your debit/credit card or Paypal account at £30 per annum.
SET UP A DIRECT DEBIT (UK BANK ACCOUNTS ONLY)
OFFLINE APPLICATION FORM
- Application Form PDF (9.34 KB)
WHAT HAPPENS NEXT?
If you signed up with your credit/debit card, you will be sent an email asking you to create a password and complete registration. After you have completed registration, you will also be sent your login details by email for you records.
If you signed up by direct debit, we will send you an email which contains your login details. Your login is your email address, and we’ll issue you with a password.