If you know someone who is interested in the First World War, why not give a year's membership of the WFA as a present? From only £29 a year (UK single rate), membership makes an ideal gift.
Some 6,000 WFA members throughout the world are involved in the many different aspects of 'Remembering' The Great War. These include our members' own research into family, military or social history, the maintenance of memorials, visiting battlefield and remembrance sites, participating in local Branch activities and writing or giving talks about The Great War conflict of 1914-18.
Join us and you will find that The WFA has a great camaraderie. Our members - some of whom are real subject-matter experts - readily share their accumulated knowledge, information and experience. Together we aim to perpetuate the memory of 1914-18 and The Great War through education and learning. We would be delighted to welcome you or your gift recipient as a member.
Benefits of membership
- New Members' welcome pack
- Three copies per year of our high-quality journal, 'Stand-To!'
- Three copies per year of our in-house magazine, 'Bulletin'.
- Access to branded commodities.
- Extensive local WFA Branch membership - many have very lively and informative events programmes throughout the year
- Access to our renowned collection of trench maps - all available on DVD.
- A right to vote and to stand for election at both Branch and Association level.
Becoming a member
Joining the Association could not be easier. Once you have completed the process your benefits will start immediately. Annual subscriptions are modest but vary depending on where you live in the world, as our primary cost is the production and mailing of your copies of our journal "Stand To!" and "The Bulletin" from the UK.
You can join the Western Front Association either online or by post
General Membership Enquiries and the WFA Office
If you have any enquiries about membership of the WFA, please contact our WFA Office.
Alternatively, you can write to:
The Western Front Association
BM Box 1914
WFA Telephone 020 7116 1914