Become a Member

Become a Member

Our 5,000 plus members are the heart and soul of Herefordshire Wildlife Trust. Not only do membership subscriptions provide the funding for our core work but our members provide a voice for wildlife and take action across the county, helping us to create a Wilder Herefordshire. 

Our Members receive:

  • A ring-bound Herefordshire Nature Reserves Guide
  • Wildside magazine, delivered 3 times a year
  • The Flycatcher journal, published annually
  • FREE member exclusive events throughout the year 
  • Regular email updates about our work and events
  • Invitations to exclusive 'members only' events throughout the year

Wildlife Watch members receive:

  • Four issues of Wildlife Watch magazine per year
  • Membership pack including a Wildlife Watcher's Handbook, membership card, badge and stickers

Join Today!

Funny Frog
From £3.00 a month


Pair of Bewick swans in flight
From £3.50 a month


For two adults living at the same address
Family of barn owls in barn owl box
From £4.50 a month


For two adults and up to four children. All the benefits of adult and Wildlife Watch membership!
Girl standing in river in waders with net and jar
From £2.00 a month


Young girl with binoculars
From £2.00 a month

Wildlife Watch

Wildlife Watch membership is for children aged 3 to 14 years.
ancient tree
From £560.00

Individual Life Membership

Pair of great crested grebe
From £850.00

Joint Life Membership

Other Ways to Join

  • In person: Visit us at Queenswood Gift Shop, Queenswood Arboretum & Country Park, Dinmore Hill, Nr. Leominster, HR6 0PY or at our Ledbury Shop: 4, The Homend, Ledbury, HR8 1BT
  • By post: Download the membership form below and email it to us at or print out and post to us at: Membership Department, Herefordshire Wildlife Trust, Queenswood Arboretum & Country Park, Dinmore Hill, Nr. Leominster, HR6 0PY 

Membership Form to Download

“Herefordshire’s rich and varied wildlife is at the heart of the county, its landscapes and its gardens.
I urge you to join Herefordshire Wildlife Trust today to support their work celebrating and conserving our precious natural heritage.”
Monty Don
Patron, Herefordshire Wildlife Trust