If you would like to apply for membership of The Ordnance Society, or renew your membership, please complete the downloadable form below (Word or PDF format)and email it to email@example.com. It is preferred that subscriptions be paid directly into the OS bank account. A downloadable Standing Order form (Word or PDF format) is also available below.
Ordnance Society – Barclays Acc. no. 00720488 Sort Code 20-26-34
IBAN GB19 BARC2026 3400 7204 88 SWIFTBIC BARCG22
Payments from overseas members can be made via wise.com – please use firstname.lastname@example.org as the contact email address and the above bank details.
The membership year runs from 1st July to 30 June.
Annual subscriptions (2022) are:
Student members £ 10.00
Individual members £ 25.00
Corporate members £ 35.00
Life membership £250.00
Application forms and subscription payments can also be posted to:
Alistair Graham Kerr
7 Burgh Castle Marina,
Payment should be in £ sterling by personal cheque, banker’s draft or International Money Order, payable to “The Ordnance Society”. Overseas sterling cheques must be drawn on a London bank.
StandingOrder Mandate Form 2021 (Word Document)
StandingOrder Mandate Form 2021 (PDF Document)
GENERAL DATA PROTECTION REGULATION
The Ordnance Society has a responsible attitude to the data it holds about individual members. Data is only held to enable the management of the Society in terms of its finances, the distribution of publications and information to members. The Ordnance Society has never, and will never, share or sell members’ details to third party companies for any purposes.
The Ordnance Society will provide a copy of any individual’s data held at their request; and make updates or corrections as requested.
The constitution of the Ordnance Society was amended at the 2019 AGM held in November of that year and is available below:
A Complaints Policy was agreed at the 2019 AGM and is available below.
USING SOCIAL MEDIA
The Ordnance Society is introducing a Social Media Policy and requests members to read and comply with the policy: