Bumblebee populations have declined over a number of years. With your support we can help this charismatic insect thrive. By becoming a member, you will:
- Help our most endangered bumblebee species by creating and restoring habitat
- Raise awareness and influence policies
- Be part of a friendly and committed organisation
- Get involved in BeeWalk and other volunteering opportunities
- Be part of our mission to increase the number and distribution of bumblebees
Members receive a fantastic welcome pack, containing factsheets, bee-friendly wildflower seeds, a car window sticker, postcards, an enamel badge and a fold-out bumblebee identification guide and our Buzzword magazine three times per year. You can also receive exclusive access to our scientific supplement - Bombus Review. Scroll over each of the boxes below to view what's on offer for each membership type.
Choose an annual Direct Debit for automated renewals and help keep our admin costs down – so we can spend even more on bumblebee conservation! If you pay monthly, your membership includes an amount to cover our additional administration costs.
Or make a single payment (for one year only) using a credit/debit card or PayPal. We will send a reminder before your membership expires and if you wish to continue your membership you will need to renew by visiting the Member Portal on the website or sending a cheque.
Join by post
If you would prefer to join by post, download and complete our Direct Debit and Cheque application form and post it to:
Membership, Bumblebee Conservation Trust, Beta Centre, Stirling University Innovation Park, Stirling, FK9 4NF
Join by phone
Call 01786 594 130, Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm for payments by Direct Debit or credit card.
If you are having any issues joining online, please email email@example.com and we'll get back to you within three working days.
Please note: to reduce administration costs membership packs are posted once a week. This means that it may be up to 10 days before you receive your pack. Thank you for your understanding.