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Hare Preservation Trust

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~ Working for the preservation and welfare of the hare ~

Join Us

brown hare
Credit: Tony Bates

Please join us to support our work for hares - every membership is important and enables us to continue to work for the welfare of this beautiful animal. Members receive regular news Bulletins to keep them informed of current hare developments and interesting stories from the public and other members.

Membership Options

We have two options for membership, Email Membership and Postal Membership.

Email Membership is £10 per year, and email members will receive a monthly news bulletin by email.

Postal Membership is £12 per year, and postal members will receive a monthly news bulletin by post.

Joining for both types of membership can be done either online or by post.

Join Online

Terms

You can join online by clicking the "Join" button below which will enable you to pay securely via PayPal. Existing members who do not already pay via paypal may renew using the same "Join" button below. The membership is an annual recurring subscription. If you wish to cancel this should be done via PayPal. Your details are confidential and will not be transmitted to any other organisation.

By taking out a subscription to the HPT you confirm that you have read and agreed to these terms and that you are firmly committed to the aims of the Hare Preservation Trust.

Gift Membership

If you are puchasing a membership as a gift for someone else, please send an email to diana.w@hare-preservation-trust.co.uk with their details.

Join Now

Join - Email Membership. The annual membership cost is £10.


Join - Postal Membership. The annual membership cost is £12.


 

Join by Post

Gift Membership

If you are puchasing a membership as a gift for someone else, please include their details on the form.

Download an appliction form

Please download an application form (pdf). To become a member of the HPT, just print off and complete the form, and return it to the address specified on it. The free Adobe Reader is available to view and print PDF documents.

 

brown hare
Credit: Julie Eames