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What you can enjoy if you join the Friends of Coleridge

You will receive The Coleridge Bulletin, which is issued each summer and winter. Each issue contains articles, reviews and news.

You can also attend Friends of Coleridge events. These include:

Members also receive periodic reports from the Friends of Coleridge in our Newsletter, which includes updates on recent events, publications, and much more!

All new memberships will start from 1 January and expire on 31 December, and carry entitlement to the two Coleridge Bulletins issued during the year.

How to join

Online subscriptions may be made using PayPal (see below). This enables us to receive payments from all over the world while keeping our costs to a minimum. The PayPal service includes the option to pay by credit or debit card, if you don’t wish to use a PayPal account. We regret that we are unable to process credit or debit card transactions directly.

Please note that PayPal will set up a subscription that will renew automatically and take payment every year. You will be notified in advance, and will be able to cancel the subscription at any time.

UK bank account holders may also pay by standing order or cheque. Please apply by post. Click here to download a form.

Important! Please make sure that you include your postal address with your payment. If you want to pay a subscription on behalf of someone else, make sure you include the relevant name and address.

If you have any queries, please email the Membership Secretary

Subscribe Online

To subscribe online via PayPal, please select a category from the table below and follow the instructions:

United Kingdom

UK Individual £18

UK Double (2 persons at same address) £23

UK Institutional £30

Europe

Europe Individual £22

Europe Double (2 persons at same address) £27

Europe Institutional £45

Rest of World

Rest of World Individual £27

Rest of World Double (2 persons at same address) £32

Rest of World Institutional £60

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