New Members Welcome!
Members enjoyed a trip to the footplate of 60007 during Members' Day 2022 - photo © SNGLT/Trevor Camp
If you would wish to be associated more closely with the locomotive, now bearing the British Railways number 60007 resplendent in BR blue livery, the Trust always welcomes new members. We publish a magazine for members four times a year, with news of the loco and plenty of photographs; articles, too, about the loco's past, and other matters of railway interest, and additionally we have a number of promotional goods the sale of which allcontributes towards the maintenance of our splendid locomotive. In addition to our AGM a number of social events occur from time to time and are advertised in our magazine Chime. Whether you wish to get involved a lot or a little, your support will be welcome.
We regret that it is necessary to charge overseas members a higher membership fee due to the increased postal costs involved.
Annual Subscription Rates (renewals due on anniversary of joining):
United Kingdom residents:
|Sole Membership: £25.00|
|Family Membership: £37.50|
|Junior Membership (under 18): pound;10.00|
|Friends Membership: From £10.00 per month||See the Friends page|
|Life Membership (under 60): £750||Please apply to the|
|Life Membership (over 60): £625|
|Joint Life Membership (under 60): £825|
|Joint Life Membership (over 60): £700|
|Sole Membership: £35.00|
|Family Membership: £45.00|
|Junior Membership (under 18):£15.00|
|Life Membership (under 60): £950||Please apply to the|
|Life Membership (over 60): £800|
|Joint Life Membership (under 60): £1,050|
|Joint Life Membership (over 60): £880|
If you wish to contact me by e-mail, please write to the: putting 'SNGLT' in the e-mail Subject box, for ease of identification.
If you pay tax Gift Aid is a scheme by which you can give a sum of money to charity and the charity can reclaim from the Inland Revenue basic rate tax on your gift. This increases the value of the gift you make to the charity. Membership subscriptions can also be paid to a charity through Gift Aid. If you are a higher rate tax payer you can claim relief on the difference between the basic rate and the higher rate of tax.
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