The Association for Industrial Archaeology
All members receive copies of all regular publications, that is four issues a year of I A News, the annual I A Review plus, if produced, a conference gazetteer. They may attend all events, conferences and seminars, at preferential members' rates and, of course, have full voting rights at general meetings.
The membership year commences on 1 January each year. We have several classes of membership to meet all needs:
For individuals, with full voting rights and to receive all regular publications. £33.00
For couples living at the same address, with full voting rights and receiving one copy of all regular publications. £38.00
For full time bonafide students, with full voting rights and to receive all regular publications. Confirmation of student status is required. £21.00
Supplement for Overseas membership
The above rates are for UK members only. To cover extra postage costs of overseas mailing there is a supplement of £5.00.
Affiliation Society membership
Organisations of similar and allied interests may affiliate to the AIA. Representatives may be nominated to exercise voting rights and all regular publications plus five copies of I A News are included. Attendance at events at AIA membership rates is available to the affiliated organisation's members. UK membership £42.00. Overseas membership £47.00.
Our institutional subscriptions, for libraries, universities and similar institutions who wish to subscribe to Industrial Archaeology Review, are managed by W S Maney & Son Ltd, Hudson Road, Leeds LS9 7DL. Please contact them for details.
How to join
Our constitution, as a charity and corporate body, calls for applications to be in writing and we would ask that you print out the membership application form, complete it and send with your payment, if you are not paying by credit card, to the address shown.
How to pay
All subscription rates are in pounds sterling and payment can be made by UK cheque, sterling draft drawn on London, or by credit card. Members with UK bank accounts may also pay by direct debit.
Members who pay UK tax can benefit the Association by completing a Gift Aid Declaration. By agreeing that the subscription can be taken as Gift Aid we are enabled, as a charity, to reclaim tax. This means that the AIA receives an extra 25p from the Chancellor of the Exchequer for every £1 subscribed in this way. Click here for a Gift Aid form.