Join the AHS online

Join in the UK by Direct Debit (preferred)

If you are in the UK, the best way to join the AHS is to set up a Direct Debit. It is easy to do this online. Your first payment will be made soon after joining, and subsequent annual payments will automatically be taken from your account at the start of each subscription year (around 1 October). You can cancel your Direct Debit with your bank at any time if you wish. Those joining between 15 August and 30 September will be signed up to the following subscription year.

To join the AHS with Direct Debit, please follow the appropriate link in the list below. You will be taken to a webpage run by GoCardless, the company which handles our online Direct Debit applications. Any questions – please just contact us.


Join by Direct Debit – UK member

Join by Direct Debit – UK member plus spouse/partner

Join by Direct Debit – UK junior member (under 25)


Join in the UK or overseas with a single online payment

If you prefer not to set up a Direct Debit, or if you are outside the UK, you can join the AHS online with a single payment through PayPal. Please enter your details in the form below and click 'Add to Cart'. Check out by clicking 'View Cart'. You can choose to pay by PayPal account, credit or debit card in the PayPal page.

You will make a single payment for membership in the current year to 30 September (except for those joining between 15 August and 30 September, who will be signed up to the following subscription year).

Future membership renewals can be made online, by telephone or by post, or UK members can set up a Direct Debit at any time should they wish to. To do this, or if you have any questions about the joining process, just contact the office.

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Checkout via the 'View Cart' button.

Gift Aid: In agreeing for the Society to claim Gift Aid on my donation I am declaring that I am a UK taxpayer and understand that if I pay less Income Tax and/or Capital Gains Tax in the current tax year than the amount of Gift Aid claimed on all my donations it is my responsibility to pay any
difference.