Membership

How to join the Norwich Astronomical Society

Current membership rates

Please note that the current membership year ends on 31st August 2023.

Anyone joining the Society between June 1st and August 31st 2023 will automatically be given membership until August 2024, that is up to three months free!

Type Annual Fee Who is this suitable for?
Single £25.00 One adult
Family £37.00 Two or more people at the same address
Concession £18.00 One person, 16 years or under / 65 years or over / student card holders.
Associate £50.00 Schools, clubs and other societies giving access for up to 5 members per visit.

On joining, new members will receive:

  • a membership card
  • access to our online “Cygnus” articles
  • access to members’ lectures and workshops
  • access to restricted areas of the Website including the NAS Forum area
  • use of the Observatory site facilities and equipment (some subject to initial training).

When you have completed and sent us your application form (opposite), once your subscription has been paid you will be emailed to inform you that you are now a member. Attachments to this email will include your new membership card, together with details on how to access the members only area of the N.A.S. web site and how to get to Seething Observatory

The Membership Secretary
Seething Observatory
Toad Lane
Thwaite St Mary
Norfolk
NR35 2EQ

Of course, you are most welcome to visit the Observatory and have a tour of the facilities on any club night or public open evening where you can apply for membership in person!

Enquiries:-

email: chairman@norwichastro.org.uk

Apply online

PLEASE NOTE: MEMBERSHIP APPLICATIONS WILL ONLY BE PROCESSED AFTER PAYMENT IS RECIEVED



    Membership type*

    Gift membership


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    Once your application is submitted you will receive an automated email with bank account details so that you can transfer the appropriate amount for membership. Please use your name as reference.

    The Society is run by volunteers, as a charity, to provide a variety of outreach activities, including open evenings, public events and group visits. Members benefit from use of the site and equipment, members only talks and a community of like minded enthusiasts.