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Email contacts and 2016 membership

I’ve just sat and amended the Gramp email distribution list based on the latest membership database. I’ve assumed that there’s been no change of email address so if you haven’t received an eGRAMP email from me 27/2/16 (re membership list and Hack-O-thon) then please contact Helen Anderson using the Contact page from the menu above to check/register your new address.

I’ve left about 5 names on the list of folk who’ve not renewed yet but I think you might just not have got round to it.
Are you sure you’ve renewed? If you’re not sure, check your bank statement for a payment to BOF in mid-December or contact Helen Anderson to check.

Joining

2016 MEMBERSHIP

Full membership of GRAMP also includes membership of the Scottish Orienteering Association (SOA) and British Orienteering (BOF) which gives you the right to compete in National Championships not to mention discounts at many national retailers.

Junior: £2.00           Senior: £19.00                       (See table below for full breakdown of fees)
Family: Depends on the number of Juniors and Seniors living at the same address
Starts at £21 for 1 Senior and 1 Junior – add £2 for every additional Junior
Starts at £36 for 2 Senior and 0 Junior – add £2 for every Junior

To join GRAMP for the first time please follow the instructions at this link:
http://www.britishorienteering.org.uk/index.php?pg=join_online&step=1&ms_club_id=71
(If you’re already a member, don’t follow that link as BOF should send you instructions on how to renew automatically in Nov/Dec.)

Please also send an email telling us you’ve just joined and a few words about any previous O experience to Membership Secretary, Helen, using this form so we can start sending you information about events etc ASAP.

If you’re a tax payer, then SOA can reclaim tax on the SOA portion of your membership fee if you fill in this Gift Aid form and send it to Helen via membership@grampoc. (SOA is a charity so the fee is considered as a donation and SOA can reclaim 25p in every £1 of Senior fee paid.)

2016_Fees

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