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The cost of membership is £27.50 for ordinary members for addresses outside the UK, and £23.50 for addresses inside the UK. It is also possible for several members of the same household to join for the same cost as an ordinary member, if you are happy to receive one copy of the magazine per household.
For young people (under 25) or students of any age in full-time education the subscription is £10.
The subscription runs from September to August: if you join for the first time after 1st January, you can pay half the full subscription for the remainder of the year. If you are interested in joining then please complete this application form plus, if relevant, a gift aid declaration, and send it with your payment to the following address:
113 Birchwood Road
Orchestras and Ensembles
Affiliate Membership of the Society is available to Recorder Orchestras and other ensembles. The current annual cost is £47. This covers the Society’s year from 1 September to 31 August: if you affiliate for the first time after January 1st, you may pay half the full cost for the remainder of the year.
For this you receive two copies of the Recorder Magazine, and also the benefit of the Society’s public liability insurance (only for England, Scotland and Wales). In addition you can if you wish have web pages on this site and an SRP email address. To join or to renew your affiliate membership please complete this application form.
Organisations who wish to become Corporate Members – we thank you for your support. As members you will receive The Recorder Magazine quarterly, a copy of the members’ list and other communications. You are invited to participate in any of the Society’s activities.
The subscription rate for Corporate Members is £70.50 per annum for the Society’s year from 1st September to 31 August. If you join for the first time after 1st January, you may pay half the full subscription.
You can download an application form to join or renew your membership.
For further details please contact cossrporguk