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GWCT Premium Online Members receive exactly the same benefits as our Premium Members, only we send you digital copies of our regular members' magazine and Annual Review by email instead of by post. We save on printing and postage costs and pass that saving directly onto you.
What you both receive when you join
✓ £10m Public Liability Insurance covering a wide range of sporting and recreational activities including shooting and fishing - coverage starts as soon as you join, even if you are visiting from overseas.
✓ A free digital copy of our bestselling new book The Knowledge - Every Gun's Guide to Conservation, plus a free opportunity to become a GWCT Accredited Game Shot.
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✓ Access to dozens of unique courses and exciting events taking place throughout the year.
✓ Participation in the exclusive members' prize draw raffles including shoot raffles and gun draws.
✓ A free digital copy of Gamewise, our feature-packed magazine, three times a year, and a digital copy of our Annual Review.
✓ Access to our members' area at the Scottish Game Fair and priority parking.
✓ Regular email updates containing all our latest news and research findings.
✓ The chance to visit our pioneering Allerton Project Farm at Loddington for a guided tour.
✓ You can join your local County Group and get directly involved.
✓ Knowledge that you're helping the British countryside thrive both now and in the future.
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Testimonials from members
"Belonging to an organisation that is so dedicated to preserving the countryside makes me proud to be doing my bit. The perks that come with it are just the icing on the cake."
"My GWCT membership is worth every penny. The Trust benefit from my contribution and I get to attend some fantastic events."
"The membership is worth every penny for the work the GWCT do at the Allerton Project alone."
"Initially I supported the GWCT as it scientifically provided best practice for the rural environment. Having got to know the organisation better two other significant branches have become evident. Very wide ranging rural research from water voles and woodcock to soil run off and headland strips. Active political lobbying defending the rural way of life that is under increasing threat from ignorance."