How much does Membership Cost?
Membership in the UK costs £35 per year, payment by Standing Order. Note: A Standing Order is set up by and controlled by you and can be cancelled at any time.
If you are joining from outside of the UK and are not able to set up a standing order then the cost is £37 per year.
If you are joining between,
· January and June membership costs= £35 (£37 outside of the UK)
· July and December membership costs = £17.50 (£18.50 outside of the UK).
When does Membership have to be paid?
New members can join the club at anytime during the year and pay the membership rate as per the details above.
When does Membership Renewal occur?
Membership renewal is on 2nd January each year. If you are paying by Standing Order, the payment will be automatic and there is nothing for you to do. If you are not using the standing order (e.g overseas members) you must ensure you pay £37 by 2nd January.
How do I pay for Membership?
If you are in the UK, complete the Standing Order Mandate and send it to the membership secretary along with a cheque (made payable to International Auster Club) for the current year. The membership secretary will then complete the form with our bank account details and add our reference before forwarding to your bank.
If you are paying from outside the of the UK, you can make your payment by Paypal (you can pay with credit cards via Paypal).
How do I contact the Membership Secretary?
Heather Wankowska (IAC Membership)
Suffolk IP14 2EH
Telephone: 01449 676859 or Mobile 07543 659065
How do I join the IAC?
Fill out the details in the Create profile form below
or download, complete and post this IAC form to the Membership Secretary.
When you have filled in the form make the required payment. Your membership cannot be processed until the payment is received. (see 'How do I pay for Membership' above)
If you have any queries or require assistance, please contact the membership secretary - see above.
By completing the form, you agree to abide by the rules of the club. These rules can be viewed here. International Auster Club Rules