Subscription payments and renewals
Cost of membership
Annual membership for all memberships is £20 for 12 months.
Existing members should use the payment information below to renew their membership.
New members should first complete the Join Form to apply for membership. Once your payment has cleared we will send you a ‘Welcome’ email you with all your membership details.
If someone else is paying your fee on your behalf, please make sure that your name is clearly identified with the payment. Either make it clear on your application form or email the Membership Secretary.
You do not need to have a PayPal account to use any of the methods of payment.
We offer four payment options:
1. Annual Membership – to pay for a single year of BVS membership or pay for a ‘Gift’ membership.
Please use the “Buy Now” button below. Payment can be made by debit cards, credit cards and PayPal payments.
2.Regular Subscriptions – to set up a regular annual payment for your membership.
Please use the ‘Subscribe’ button below. Payment can be made by debit cards, credit cards and PayPal payments
PayPal will send you an automatic reminder when your renewal is due. You can choose to cancel the payment at any time.
3. Bank Transfer – to pay your 12 months membership fee by Bank Transfer you need to instruct your bank to make a payment of £20 to:
Sort code: 40-11-18
A/c no: 94829891
A/c name: British Viola Society
Ref: YOUR NAME
The Postal address is : HSBC; PO Box 68; 130 New Street; Birmingham B2 4JU
Please use your name as the reference for the payment, to help us find your subscription.
Members paying in this way should email the Membership Secretary to inform him that their sub has been paid by bank transfer.
4. UK Cheque – if you prefer to pay by cheque it should be made out to British Viola Society and sent to the:
British Viola Society Treasurer
c/o Birmingham Conservatoire
Please email the Membership Secretary to let him know that you are paying by cheque.
5. International Payments
You can make your payment to us using our International Bank Account Number (IBAN) which is
Please quote your bank’s IBAN and your Bank Identifier Code (BIC), which is your account number and sort code written in a standard, internationally recognised format.
These help us to process your international payments automatically, making them faster, safer and cheaper.
Members paying in this way should email the Membership Secretary to inform him that their sub has been paid by IBAN.