Swanage Railway Trust Membership
Invest in the success of the Swanage Railway Trust by becoming a member
What are the Swanage Railway Trust's aims?
What are the benefits of membership?
What are the levels of membership and what do they cost?
With effect from 1st January 2012 annual Swanage Railway Trust subscription rates are as follows:
* The senior membership category will no longer be available to new members with effect from 1st January 2012. However, it will remain in place for existing senior members at £15.
The junior membership (5 to 18 years of age) annual subscription rate is unaltered at £12.00
Premier Life Membership (PLM) remains closed to new joiners.
Please see our downloadable membership form here.
Overseas members are asked to pay a supplement to cover the net additional cost of mailing their quarterly magazine abroad. Please e-mail membership department at firstname.lastname@example.org for details, as these can vary according to country.
The Membership Department
Please click here for the application form, which is now in Adobe Acrobat format and can be printed out and sent with your membership fee to the Membership Secretary at the Swanage Railway Trust at the above address.
Why not become a working member?
The Swanage Railway thrives as a busy seaside railway and relies on its mostly volunteer workforce to enable it to operate one of the most intensive Private Railway services in Britain.
You can become a part of this by becoming a working member. Volunteers are welcome in all departments no matter what your commitment can be. Junior members can join our Sygnets Youth Group.
Please contact our Volunteer Liaison Representative who will introduce you to the railway and find a suitable starting point for your career.
Our Volunteer liaison representative is Mike Whitwam.
Telephone 01929 475212 all times (answerphone facility is available)