|The following information details how to go about becoming a member of the Glass Association, and includes details about the benefits and features associated with membership.|
We are now able to accept applications online or via email paying with Paypal. If you do not want to make an online payment you can also download & print out the form & send it with your UK cheque made payable to The Glass Association. Cheque payments for our publications should also be made to this address.
The Membership Secretary,
|Please Click Here to view our 'Membership Application Form'. You can print this form off and send it along with your payment to the above address.|
|Before applying to become a member of the Glass Association, it is important to note that the association is a registered charity
(Registration Number: 326602)
|Types Of Membership|
|There are various grades of membership. The grades available are: Individual, Joint, Student, Institutional, or Overseas Individual. Details of the current subscription rates are given on our APPLICATION FORM.|
The Glass Association can accept online payments using Paypal. You can also make payments by post & UK cheque or by UK bank standing order. We cannot accept cash nor credit cards.
If you have any queries about payments please e mail : email@example.com
|Subscriptions are due on 1st August each year. The subscriptions of those who join during the last three months of the financial year (May, June, July) are valid until 1st August the following year.|
|Membership Benefits & Features|
|New members are sent recent issues of " The Glass Cone" which is published 4 times a year and the most recent copy of "The Journal" which is published every 2 - 3 years. Details of the Glass Association’s current programme of events will also be sent.|
Glass Association Events.
All Members receive regular copies of the above publications along with details of the events, seminars and excursions we organise. All Glass Association events are listed on this website.
|The glass Association is subdivided into regional groups. Members are allocated to a regional group based on their location. For further details visit the REGIONS page.|
|Any further details and any other membership query may be answered via E-mail. Contact: Pauline Wimpory, firstname.lastname@example.org|
|For general enquiries about the Glass Association, please visit our CONTACT page. Document revised May 2012.|