SIAS welcomes new members and promises them an active and varied programme related to the study of industrial archaeology in the County of Somerset. Members are invited to take a full part in its activities. A programme of organised excursions, casual "fossicks", formal talks by visiting lecturers and informal members' evenings is advertised in the Bulletin which is issued free of charge to all members three times a year, and on the Programme page of this web site. The Bulletin also carries detailed and informative articles on the industrial history of the county. The Society has published a number of monographs called Surveys dealing with various industrial archaeological subjects in the County. All publications and other items of interest are available for purchase at meetings.
INDIVIDUAL: £12 a year. Each member receives a free copy of all Bulletins as they are published, free entry to talks and free/reduced price offers for SIAS publications.
STUDENT: £6 a year concessionary rate available to students in full-time education. Each member receives a free copy of all Bulletins as they are published, free entry to talks and free/reduced price offers for SIAS publications.
FAMILY: £12 a year for the First Member, who receives a free copy of all Bulletins as they are published, free entry to talks and free/reduced price offers for SIAS publications, plus £6 a year for each Additional Member living at the same address and named individually. Additional Members receive free entry to talks but do not receive individual copies of Bulletins nor free/reduced price offers for SIAS publications.
THE MEMBERSHIP YEARruns from 1st April to 31st March. New members joining after 30 September pay only half the subscription for the current year.
NEW MEMBERSwill receive a complimentary copy of the most recently published Bulletin.
Please note that SIAS will hold your personal information in both written and electronic form. Any member who wishes his details to be kept only in writing should inform SIAS accordingly. Personal details will never be passed on without members explicit approval.