Membership and Donations
If you have been to Bulgaria, whether for a holiday, sport or business, and wish to maintain your links with this fascinating and beautiful country, join the British-Bulgarian Society.
Membership of the British-Bulgarian Society is open to any individual, organisation or firm in the United Kingdom if they support the aims of the Society and agree to pay the prescribed subscription or affiliation fee.
All members of the Society are entitled to attend any of the functions organised by the Society.
Individual members have the right to attend the Annual General Meeting and to vote for, and be elected to, the Executive Committee and positions of Officers, provided they have been members for over a year and their subscriptions are up to date.
Affiliated organisations and firms have the right to send one delegate to the Society's AGM and to attend meetings of the Committee where they can participate in discussion, but not vote.
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|SUBSCRIPTION RATES||PER ANNUM|
|Joint - student, unwaged, OAP||£8|
The rest of the UK
|Joint membership (living at same address)||£12|
|Individual - student, unwaged, OAP||£5|
|Joint - student, unwaged, OAP||£7|
|London area (Travel zones 1-6)|
|Joint membership (living at same address)||£17|
|Individual - student, unwaged, OAP||£6|
The British-Bulgarian Society's programme of special interest tours, which focus on birdwatching and natural history, produces an income which is given away to a variety of conservation and educational causes.
Since 2000 our tours have produced over £15,000 in donations to the Bulgarian Society for the Protection of Birds
Green Balkans is another Bulgarian NGO which we have assisted with donations for an information board at Belozem, an exhibition, notice boards and information leaflets at Matochina, and a meteorological station at their visitor centre at Pomorie. This is part of a research project about the environmental managment and conservation of coastal lagoons. Read more about this We have also provided Pomorie with a microscope enabling visitors to see the otherwise invisible teeming life in water from the lake. Most recently we have made a donation towards the building of artificial nesting sites for Shelducks. Read more