PhilSoc wishes all its members a Happy New Year and success in all their endeavours in 2017.
As the new year begins, here is a brief reminder for members about the annual subscription for 2017.
The annual subscription for ordinary members (i.e. not honorary, life, or student associate members) is £20, due on 1st January each year.
We are grateful to the many members who have already made arrangements to pay their annual subscription for 2017 either by means of a standing order or by having paid for a number of years in advance. Members who are uncertain whether this applies to them should contact the membership secretary (email@example.com). Any members who have been paying by standing order for some years already are asked to check that they have amended their standing order to the correct rate.
Members who need to pay for 2017 are invited to do so as soon as possible in order to ensure that they continue to receive the Society’s publications and mailings.
- Members who have UK bank accounts have the option to set up a standing order by completing a mandate form and returning it directly to their bank or by using the details given on the form to set up an electronic payment. The form can be found here.
- Alternatively members may pay online via the Society’s website, where it is possible to make a single payment to cover between one and five years, or to set up a regular payment to the Society. The site accepts payments by common credit and debit cards as well as by PayPal account.
Whichever method of payment is used, it helps us greatly if members quote their membership number as a reference for the payment. This can be found on the address sheet or mailing label of every mailing from the Society. Please contact the membership secretary for a reminder of this if necessary.
Please note that we no longer send individual invoices for subscriptions.
Members who do not wish to renew their membership for 2017 are kindly requested to notify the membership secretary as soon as possible so that the mailing list for forthcoming publications can be adjusted accordingly.