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Membership Pricing and Application

OBKA Membership Pricing and Application Form

How to Pay


Please download, print and complete the Oxfordshire Beekeepers Association Membership Form 2017 to renew your membership or to take out a new membership. Payment is by Cash, Cheque or Bank Transfer.
Contact Phil Sharman, Chairman, for electronic payment enquiries (Tel. 01869 340626 or email with contact form).
Please make cheques payable to: Oxfordshire Beekeepers’ Association (OBKA) and mail with completed Membership Form to Phil Sharman:
124 North Street,
Middle Barton, Chipping Norton,
OXON, OX7 7DA.

 

Associate
£7/per year
If already paying full membership to another Association.
Same benefits as Full Members



 
Partner
£19/per year
For a partner living at the same address of a Full Member.

Same benefits as Full Members

 
 

 

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Other Options


  • Make a donation to OBKA and
  • Bee Disease Insurance (BDI). Cost of cover for additional colonies:

Total Colonies

  4 — 5  

  6 — 10 

  11 — 15 

  16 — 20 

  21 — 25 

26 — 39

Additional Cost

 £2.00

 £5.25

 £7.75

 £9.50

 £11.10

 50p per colony

 

 

 

Subscription Rates:

The subscription rate for the Oxfordshire Beekeepers Association is reviewed annually. New subscriptions paid after the end of September covers membership until the end of December of the following year, and will be at the following year's rate. Note that the OBKA Constitution provides that members, who have not renewed their subscriptions by 25th February will be deemed to have relinquished membership by default, and will therefore not be protected by the insurance cover enjoyed by members.

 

Charity Status:

The Oxfordshire Beekeepers Association was registered as a Charity No. 100584 on 14th November 1991. This means that the Association can reclaim income tax at the basic rate from the Inland Revenue on most members' subscriptions. The membership application and renewal forms include gift aid declarations to enable tax recovery where possible.