Join the fight to save Victorian and Edwardian heritage, become a member of the Victorian Society today.
We have held our prices for the second year running. Membership starts from £2.50 a month and benefits include a subscription to our membership magazine, access to our expertise on Victorian and Edwardian architecture and early access to our busy event schedule - talks, walks and more!
Now, more than ever, we need new members to support our fight to save Victorian and Edwardian buildings for future generations! Join online or call us on 020 8994 1019. Already joined? Please consider leaving us a legacy in your will.
The battle to save Victorian and Edwardian buildings is far from over. They are still being demolished, neglected or altered beyond recognition. Our campaigning has improved attitudes since the 1960s but our voice is more important than ever as the planning system is being rewritten, threatening protection for our precious Victorian and Edwardian buildings.
We all wish we could do more to save the historic buildings we care about. Join us and let us do the fighting for you. Members’ financial support pays for our specialist Conservation Advisers who push local authorities and churches to protect our heritage.
For £56 (£4.95 a month), or only £25 (£2.50 a month) for those under 35, members receive:
Did you know you can claim back the cost of your membership from the Government if it relates to your work? Click here for full details and to claim on line.
We have a rolling membership year. Members outside the UK should use the overseas membership form to join which has £12 postage supplement added.
Victorian Society President, Griff Rhys Jones, explains how your membership helps save Victorian and Edwardian architecture in the video above: ‘JOIN THE VICTORIAN SOCIETY TO ENSURE THAT THERE IS ALWAYS A VOICE FIGHTING TO PRESERVE OUR BEST VICTORIAN ARCHITECTURE.’
Did you know? Our members’ donations have allowed us to help save many famous buildings for re-use such as St Pancras Station, Albert Dock in Liverpool, the Foreign Office and Oxford University Museum.