The British Gordon Setter Club welcomes applications for membership from UK and Overseas. Membership fees, payable on joining and then annually by either Direct Debit or cash/cheque on 1st January are as follows:-
UK Single member £13
UK Joint members (2 persons) £18
Overseas Single member £22
Overseas Joint members (2 persons) £25
Junior membership is available free of charge to under 16s whose parent(s) are fully paid up members.
Advantages of membership
A full colour Yearbook, published annually at the beginning of the year.
The Gordoner magazine published at the end of the year
Reduced entry fees to shows and members only trophies
The opportunity to join the 100 Club with a monthly first prize of £50
Preferential bookings for our many events.
Thinking of joining?
Please download a Membership Application and fill in all your details or contact Mrs Kay Reid – Membership Secretary email@example.com
You will see that membership applications need to be proposed and seconded by 2 fully paid up members (not in partnership)
Attach the membership fee and post to our Membership Secretary, Mrs Kay Reid
Applicants are reminded that all members must abide by the Club’s Code of Ethics and its Abusive Behaviour Policy. To help us keep your membership details up to date please notify the Membership Secretary of any changes of name, address, phone number, marital status etc, by post or e-mail. This will to ensure the correct information is published in the Yearbook Members list and that Club publications and communications are sent to the correct address. Download the Membership Application or contact the membership secretary Mrs Kay Reid via firstname.lastname@example.org or Tel: 01526 343630 View our Constitiution and Rules document and sign up to the BGSC 100 Club 2016
Please be aware that in accordance with Club Rule 15a “A member shall be considered as having lapsed their membership if their annual subscription is over two calendar months in arrears of the annual due date of 1 January and shall lose entitlement to the privileges of membership.”