The Association has two levels of Individual Membership available - Annual and Associate.
For 2018 the basic subscription rates are:
(under 18 or in full-time education
at the date of payment)
Discounts are available for certain payment arrangements – please see below.
Individual members enjoy a range of benefits, including insurance, eligibility to take part in NSRA competitions and courses, use of the Lord Roberts Centre facilities at preferential rates, free subscription to On Target magazine and NSRA News, and voting rights. A more detailed listing can be downloaded below. Bluefin Sport have developed a mini-site dedicated to the insurance they provide for NSRA members.
Subscriptions can be paid in a number of ways:-
To join by either of these methods, use the Standard Application Form (below). The form incorporates details to enable the Association to recover tax on subscriptions under the Gift Aid scheme. If you would like to pay by Direct Debit you must download and complete the Direct Debit form. Please ensure we are sent the original form as some banks will not accept scanned copies.
For those joining the NSRA for the first time as a Full Annual or Junior Annual Member, there is a special Welcome discount rate for the first year. The rates are £50 for a Full Member and £30 for a Junior Member (includes someone in full-time education).
To qualify the applicant must not have been a Member of the NSRA before and must pay by Direct Debit.
In addition to the discount, the NSRA will pay a bounty of £10 per Full Member and £5 per Junior Member to the member's club (which must itself be NSRA affiliated).
To join under the Welcome Scheme use the form below.
Two payment options are available for those who commit to membership for three years:-
For those who wish to pay for all three years as a single lump sum, a further discount of £10 for Full Annual and £5 for Junior Annual and Associate membership is given, making the actual payment for the three years:
To join under the New Deal use the 2018 THREE YEAR APPLICATION FORM, and also the Direct Debit form (if required).
As a registered charity, the NSRA can claim Gift Aid on individual members’ subscriptions from HM Revenue and Customs. This means that if you are a UK taxpayer, for each £1 of your subscription we can claim an additional 25 pence from HMRC. Further information about this can be seen in our Gift Aid Information sheet. Juniors - see our guide Gift Aid after your 18th birthday.