1. ACCOUNT INFORMATION
2: YOUR DETAILS
3: NETWORKING INFORMATION
By becoming a member, you'll be joining a network which aims to create a flourishing and confident heritage sector in the South West (embracing museums, galleries, collections, historic places and sites). You’ll also participate in brilliant opportunities to connect and inspire the heritage community across the region.
The South West Fed is run by our members for our members, and is an active learning organisation, inside and out. We encourage everyone to participate and contribute. Your support, in whatever capacity, helps us to:
Membership of the South West Fed is open to all companies and individuals who supply services or products to museums or galleries in the South West. Corporate members must supply the names of two museum, gallery or heritage site referees that they have worked with in the UK in the past two years. All applications will be considered at the next scheduled meeting of the Board, which take place quarterly.
The duration of the membership is one year. You can read our terms and conditions here.
The price for membership is £85.00.
Membership expires after 1 Year.
Please note that we only have one Corporate membership rate. Due to the excellent value of the commercial benefits, this applies to sole traders, partnerships, and companies alike, regardless of turnover. You are welcome to join as a different membership type, but this will not include the commercial benefits of supplier listing, first refusal on Conference trade stands, and the number of membership cards you receive may differ.
How to pay by cheque or BACS: You can still pay by cheque or BACS using the online system. You will need to select 'Manual Invoice' when asked to choose a payment method - your membership or renewal will start instantly but it may take a few days for your invoice with payment details to be sent. If you would prefer not to use the online system, you can download a form by clicking 'Join' or 'Renew', where there is a 'Download postal application' section.