Since its creation in 1924, the Society has built a solid reputation as a well-respected organisation which champions the special heritage of the city of Newcastle upon Tyne and the County of Northumberland (which now incorporates North Tyneside).
Join the Northumberland and Newcastle Society; we have over 500 members, from all walks of life and from all over the UK, but who share a common passion for the buildings, culture and landscape of our stunning area. We are a registered charity, non-political and not for profit.
Benefits of Membership
~ Join ‘behind the scenes’ tours of interesting buildings and gardens you’ve probably never been to
~ Enjoy our sociable talks and lectures programme, and meet like-minded people
~ You’ll receive our high quality Members’ Journal City & County in the post four times a year
~ Support the ongoing work of the Society and get involved by joining one of our committees
New members are always welcome
It’s easy to join:
1. Choose a membership category and click on the relevant link below to set up your Direct Debit.
2. Complete our Application Form.
3. We’ll be in touch to confirm your membership details.
Single Membership £35.00
Joint/Family Membership £55.00
Ideal for couples, families and friends.
Group Membership £35.00
For Parish councils, community groups and organisations.
Student Membership £15.00
We look forward to welcoming younger members and academics into the Society; all students are welcome and membership is particularly suitable for students of architecture, built environment, landscape and environmental sciences, geography, history and heritage topics.
Business Membership £100.00
We will display your logo in our City & County magazine.
School/Educational Membership £100.00
For schools, colleges and universities. We will display your logo in our City & County magazine.
If you’re applying to be a new member, please complete the Application Form
Click here to open the Application Form
The form will open in a new window. Please complete the form in full. It will be sent to us automatically.
Want to pay by cash, cheque, standing order or bank transfer?
We prefer that members pay by Direct Debit because this helps to reduce our administration costs (we are a charity), but if you’d prefer to pay by any of these other methods, we understand.
Please go ahead and complete your Application Form, then contact the Society Manager (contact details below) to arrange payment.