Kent Field Club was founded in 1955 to promote an increased interest in Natural History, to study and record the distribution and ecology of the flora and fauna, and to promote nature conservation in association with the relevant organisations, within the County of Kent. It holds regular weekend field meetings and formal lectures and is open to amateurs and professionals alike. Beginners are especially welcomed. A panel of experts is available to deal with queries on most groups of plants and animals found within the County.

Ordinary

Ordinary

One years membership

£ 16.00

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Junior

Junior

One years membership for under 18's

£ 8.00

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Family

Family

One years membership for families (+ £4 for each extra family member)

£ 16.00

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Lifetime

Lifetime

Membership for life

£ 320.00

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Kent Field club membership includes:

An annual programme of events

Kent Field Club field visits and indoor winter meetings are free to members (except the annual Wildlife Conference)

The Bulletin

The annual Bulletin summarises the activities of the previous year.  This includes reports on indoor meetings and field visits, plus specialist reports on a range of plant and animal groups, and weather summaries.

Newsletter of the Kent Field Club

Two newsletters produced annually containing articles written by members, details of future meetings, membership news and sales information for Kent Field Club publications.

Transactions of the Kent Field Club

Free of charge to members, this is a scientific journal with specialised scientific papers concerning wildlife in Kent.

Membership runs for twelve months from 1st January, with renewal subscriptions due on that date. 

You can join on-line now by selecting one of the membership types above, and pay via PayPal. If you do not have an email address or would like to pay by cheque, please download our membership form and return to to us by post:

docKent Field Club Application Form 2016

You can find out more about KFC membership by reading our constitution:

pdfKent Field Club Constitution