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Become a Member

Become a Member

Make a difference. Help us protect wildlife on your doorstep

Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust is your local charity caring for over 67 nature reserves and delivers conservation and education work across the county.

By becoming a member of Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust you can help us safeguard Nottinghamshire’s wildlife and ensure that the next generation learns the importance of the natural world.

Half price membership offer during January 2018

During January we are offering you the chance to become a member at half the price for a year if you sign up by Direct Debit online. Join either as an individual, jointly or as a family. The offer excludes Life Membership.

Choosing the right membership for you

We encourage members to sign up at a rate they are comfortable with. Most members generously donate from £5 upwards a month, however as there are costs associated with administering membership our minimum subscription rates are as follows:

    Individual Member from £2.75 per month
    Joint Members from £3.25 per month
    Family Members from £3.75 per month

Adult members receive

    A wildlife welcome pack including a membership card
    Nottinghamshire Wildlife magazine three times a year
    A What’s On Guide three times a year
    Members E-Newsletter including wildlife news and local events

Young members receive:

    A fun Wildlife Watch kit
    A quarterly magazine

How to join

Join Online or call on 0115 958 8242.

How your membership will help Nottinghamshire’s wildlife

We want you to know exactly what your donation helps us to do.

For every £1 donated:
59p is spent directly on reserve management & conservation
19p is spent on education work
11p is invested in fundraising activity
8p is used for membership services
3p goes towards running costs ensuring we can continue to protect Nottinghamshire’s wildlife.

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