PRS Membership Renewal Form

Thank you for your continued interest in the Pre-Raphaelite Society.

To renew your membership simply complete the membership form below:

*You can also apply via mail, please print the PRS Membership Application Form (PDF).

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Member Type
Individual £16.00 paypal button template
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(Student; OAP; etc.)
£13.00 paypal button template
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Cheque / Postal order

Please make cheques/postal orders payable to ‘The Pre-Raphaelite Society’ and mail to:

Carolyn Conroy
7 Hulton Avenue
L35 2XP

Standing Order Authority * – please pay to Lloyds Bank plc, Colmore Row Branch for the credit of The Pre-Raphaelite Society (a/c No. 2037058 sort code: 30-00-03).

Individual (Standing Order) £14.00

Family (Standing Order) £17.00

Concession (Standing Order) £13.00

The annual membership renewal date is 1st January, but for new members joining after 1st October, your membership will continue until the 31st December of the following year.

The aim of the Society is to encourage the study of the works and lives of, and also promote the wider appreciation of, the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood and their successors. Founded in 1988, the Society has published writings relating to the PRB and their successors; held many meetings and lectures; organised visits to places of interest, including important exhibitions of national and international interest.

Advantages of Membership

As you know, when you become a member you will receive:

  1. Regular Publications, particularly the acclaimed thrice-yearly Review containing Learned Articles and Notes & Queries.
  2. Invitations to visit Pre-Raphaelite Collections in company with other members.
  3. Opportunities to see Special Viewings.
  4. Invitations to participate in Seminars, Talks and Meetings especially the AGM and the Founders Day Conference with a national speaker.

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