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If you enjoy grouse shooting and you would like to support the work of the Moorland Association please sign up below. The Associate Membership is £75.00 per annum, but we also gratefully accept one off contributions or annual donations of any magnitude. As a member, you will receive Moorland Association newsletters by email unless you opt out of this during the sign up process below.

 

Can you help further?
Could you encourage your grouse shooting friends to join the MA and support us? Encourage them to visit this page of our website and sign up for Associate Membership (£75/year) or send a donation. You could send them this letter from the Chairman.

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Already an Associate Member? Forgotten your login details?

If you think you are already registered as a member but are struggling to remember if you opted for annual direct debit or can’t remember when your renewal is due, or you have had a card failure notification, please read on.

If you have had an email to say your renewal has failed because your card details have changed (e.g. if you have been issued with a new card in the meantime) you can update your details on our card merchant’s website. This service is provided by Worldpay; MA do not hold card details.

To update your card details you will need your Worldpay login details. These will have been emailed to you by Worldpay when you first signed up. Search your email inbox for ‘shopper@worldpay’ or ‘orders@worldpay’ to find your login details and this will also give you the date that you became a member.  Any emails referring to ‘Futurepay’ mean that you signed up to an annual subscription for which payment will be automatically taken if your card details have not changed. Worldpay will email you a few days before payment is taken allowing you to cancel if you so wish through the Worldpay website.

If this does not help and you want to renew or become a member another way, please simply send us a cheque or set up a standing order for £75.00 (or more!) using the following details:

Standing Order:

Bank: Natwest
Account name: Moorland Association
Account number: 64832740
Sort Code: 01-54-90
Ref: AssocMemb

If you would be kind enough to drop us a line with your contact details and email address to let us know you have joined via standing order, we will ensure you are added to the newsletter if you so wish. Please email  amanda@moorlandssociation.org

Send a cheque:

The Moorland Association
Well Spring Barn
Austwick
Lancaster
LA2 8AN
(Please include your contact details including email address in the envelope)

Thank you for supporting us.

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Did You Know?

75% of of the world’s remaining heather moorland is found in Britain – but this area declined alarmingly over the latter part of the last century. The Moorland Association was set up in 1986 to coordinate the efforts of moorland owners and managers to halt this loss, particularly in England and Wales.

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