Why not join us?
There are several possibilities:
If you are a full national member of the HA, you are automatically also a member of our branch and receive all the benefits mentioned in the branch information below.
National membership also entitles you to a 12 months subscription to an HA journal (one of The Historian, Primary History or Teaching History), and a monthly e-newsletter. In addition, you are entitled to discounts on books, and access to other HA magazines and journals at a discounted price.
You are able to search through all the archived HA resources, articles, magazines, handbooks, films and classroom support, and have access to all the Primary, Secondary, Branches and General areas on the HA Website.
If you are a teacher, you will also have access to news, events, reviews, CPD, Guides, resources, message boards and forums that cover the teaching and studying of history from early years and Key Stage 1 all the way through to university and beyond, and enjoy support from experts in our Primary, Secondary, Higher Education and Local History and Branches committees.
For current membership fees and details of how to join, please go to http://www.history.org.uk/member/register.php.
If you don’t feel you want to join the HA as a full member, you can still join our branch as an associate member, and can attend meetings free of charge. You will also get regular newsletters (by email if you prefer), which include information about history-related events in the area, and details of our guided visits to places of historic interest in the London area and even further afield (we visited Lille in 2012).
The annual membership fee is £15. For further details and an application form, please contact our Treasurer Peter Crane (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org).
Non-members are welcome to attend individual meetings; the entry fee is £5 (students free of charge). Watch out for posters locally, or consult this website. (But we’d like to welcome you as a regular member of our group! Do consider an associate membership, and take the opportunity to get to know other history enthusiasts in your area.)