There are two classes of membership:

  • Annual Membership at £134 a year or
  • Life Membership at £2,500 for applicants under the age of 61, reducing by £60 a year to age 75. All aged 75 and over at £1,600.

The subscription covers our administration, the publication and distribution of our annual journal and the costs of the administration of the Guild's Charity.

The first Annual Subscription covers the calendar year in which the application is submitted. Thereafter, Annual Subscriptions should be paid in advance by 1st January.

Applications submitted after 30th June will qualify for a 50% rebate to the Annual Subscription. This can be deducted from the total payable, or it will be refunded as soon as the application has been approved.

All new applicants are asked to pay a Joining Fee of £200 (Long Standing Members of the Guild of Young Freemen are exempt). We waive the joining fee for the spouse/partner of existing members so please let us know if you qualify

The two volumes of the History of the Guild are normally priced at £39.95, but they are being offered at the special discounted price of £35.00 to members on joining.

Completed Membership Application Forms should be sent with a direct debit form (for annual membership) or cheque to cover all fees, as well as the History of the Guild, if required.

In summary, please submit your fee as follows:

Annual Membership   Life Membership
Joining Fee £200.00   Joining Fee £200.00 
Annual Subscription £134.00   Life Subscription £2,500.00*
History of the Guild Vols I and II £35.00   History of the Guild Vols I and II £35.00 
Total Remittance £369.00   Total Remittance £2,735.00*
*This fee is for applicants under the age of 61, reducing by £60 a year to age 75, when the subscription is £1,600.
 

Our Members

""RNLI Demonstration and Supper at the Little Ship Club

"Thank you SO much for arranging a most enjoyable evening. Once again, I was able to catch up on friends and make new acquantainces - all thanks to you for the excellent place settings.  The weather was kind to us, the food was amazing and everybody around our table was very happy with the service and the meal."  Ms V H

"Following the interesting demonstration Guild Members and their guests retired back inside the Little Ship Club for a stunning two-course supper with some excellent wine and tremendous companionship discussing the RNLI’s great work being achieved on the tidal Thames.​" Mr D K

 
 

 

Guild News View All News

Supper and RNLI Demonstration - Little Ship Club

Published - Wednesday 6th June 2018

On a beautiful summers evening members of the Guild and guests gathered at the Little Ship Club for a pleasant......continue reading

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Visit to The Motor House, RAC Woodcote Park and lunch

Published - Tuesday 5th June 2018

The Master continued to share his passion for motoring by inviting Guild members and their guests to the Royal Automobile......continue reading

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Annual Service 2018

Published - Thursday 3rd May 2018

The Master was delighted that the Dean of St Paul's The Very Revd Dr David Ison conducted the Guild's Annual Service......continue reading

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