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How to sign up
Sign up to become a member of the Apollo Pavilion Community Association in just 3 simple steps.
Choose your membership option, Basic, Executive or Corporate. If you wish to make a greater donation please contact us and we will arrange a more appropriate subscription plan.
Begin your subscription to the Apollo Pavilion Community Association by completing the simple subscription process on the right. Select the membership you are applying for, include your E-mail address to receive your log in information early and click Subscribe. You will be directed to PayPal where you an complete your subscription - Once complete, payments will be taken on this date every year. That's right - membership for as little as £3.00 per year.
If you have supplied us with an E-mail address then your log in details will be E-mailed to you shortly after your subscription is confirmed. Using your log in details you will be able to access the Member's area.
If you do not supply us with an E-mail address we will send your log in details to you via the Royal Mail, 2nd Class post.
Member Fees Explained
We have a number of membership tiers which enables you to choose the best form of membership for you.
Local Basic Membership: £3 - Includes voting rights, access to the Members Area on the APCA Website, first priority for event tickets and the chance to contribute something positive to your local community.
Executive Membership: £5 - Includes an invitation to our executive meetings held every other month, voting rights, access to the Members Area on the APCA Website, first priority for event tickets and the chance to contribute something positive to your local community.
Corporate Membership: £30 Minimum - We want to involve our community as much as we can and for that reason we offer a corporate membership to businesses, schools, universities and organisations. We wanted to make the corporate membership flexible which is why we ask for organisation to judge their own membership fee with a minimum of £30 for one year, which has had a very good response and a number of generous donations to the association.