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The club's preferred mechanism is to receive payments via Direct Debit as it incurs the smallest transaction fee and is also administratively simple. To reflect this, we have dropped the transaction fee from direct debit payments so it is also the cheapest option for you too.

In order to pay by Direct Debit you will need to create a Direct Debit mandate with Go Cardless (our direct debit payment provider). Once you have done this, we will collect your joining membership fee and subsequent membership fees each year by Direct Debit around the beginning of the year. You will receive an e-mail notification via Go Cardless when this happens. You will also have the option to use the mandate to pay for one-off purchases (such as the annual calendar, meets or hut fees).

Your bank details do not pass through, nor are stored on, The London Mountaineering Club website.

No money will be taken from your bank account until your membership application has been approved. If your membership application is rejected then the Direct Debit mandate will be automatically cancelled and no money will be taken.

To apply for membership please fill in this form and then click on the button below to set up a Direct Debit mandate using Go Cardless for paying your membership fees.

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Your Data:
By applying for membership you give consent to your membership information being held on computer, and are willing to have your address, telephone number and email address circulated to members and used for the purposes of the The London Mountaineering Club. For 3rd party liability insurance purposes your details will also be shared with the British Mountaineering Council (BMC).

Participation Statement:
You confirm you are over 18 and understand that hill walking, climbing and mountaineering activities may result in personal injury or death. You are aware of and accept these risks and accept that you are responsible for your own actions and involvement.