We rely on our supporters to help us maintain the nature reserve and to fund future conservation projects. We would love you to join us as a member (either via a Household Membership or Corporate Membership) providing us with a yearly income to help us plan ahead.
Alternatively, you can make an online donation.
You will receive a full colour quarterly newsletter by email, our preferred delivery option. However, you can opt to have a black and white paper edition delivered to your household if you live in the local area.
This newsletter, typically around 16 pages, is packed with articles and wildlife and activities on the Reserve. It also provides information about planned events, monthly conservation tasks and other projects.
If you live in Fleet or Church Crookham, the subscription is £10 per year for the household, whether you receive the email or paper newsletter, as the paper edition is delivered by our volunteers.
If you live outside this area, the subscription is £10 per year to receive the newsletter by email or £15 per year to have it posted to you.
It would really help us to keep our costs down if you would pay your subscription by standing order, as indicated on the Membership Form below.
Corporate Membership costs £35 per year, and for this you will receive:
- Six copies of our quarterly newsletter;
- Free illustrated talk or guided tour for your employees; and
- A supply of the guide leaflet or history booklet.
For Corporate Membership, please contact our Membership Secretary, Edith Evans.
How to Join
Please contact our Membership Secretary, Edith Evans by email, firstname.lastname@example.org and Edith will send you the membership forms.
Fleet Pond Society committee
Already a member but would like to do a bit more? Please consider joining the committee. We are looking for a new secretary, if you’d like to find out more about role please contact our chairman. We meet every six weeks at the URC Hall, Kings Road, Fleet.
The committee would particularly like someone to help with events organisation. We are a friendly crowd and will not expect a volunteer to do more than they feel they can comfortably cope with.