Northampton & Lamport Railway Memberships
Joining The Northampton & Lamport Railway Charitable Incorporated Organisation (N-LR CIO) is a great way of supporting your local heritage railway. We offer our members many benefits as well as the chance of becoming a volunteer working member and helping us rebuild the line and getting involved in operating the railways services throughout the year.
By becoming a member of N-LR CIO you can enjoy the following benefits:
- Privilege rate fares — Currently 50% off the published fares (for the members themselves only & provided by the operating company Northampton Steam Railway Limited). — Note: Privilege rate fares are not available/valid at Special Events.
- Copies of the “Premier Line” magazine (one copy, of each new issue, per membership).
- Member only Special Offers in the Shop on the platform — Special offers are available on specific dates or for limited time periods only.
- The opportunity to become a Volunteer Working Member, which includes further benefits.
Membership Subscription Rates 2020
|Junior (under 16)||£10|
|Joint Retired Life||£400|
How To Join Us
Use the link below to download a membership form.
If you have any questions about memberships, or if the form does not download properly, please contact the Northampton & Lamport Railway CIO Membership Secretary via the contact form at the bottom of this page.
Alternatively, please write to:
Northampton & Lamport Railway CIO Membership Secretary, Pitsford & Brampton Station, Pitsford Road, Chapel Brampton, NN6 8BA.
Note: The constituent parts of the Northampton & Lamport Railway reserve the right to perform background checks on members; particularly Volunteer Working Members.
Please consider using Gift Aid when sending your Membership Subscription, as it means The Northampton & Lamport Railway CIO can recover a sum equal to the basic rate of income tax you paid, thus helping your donation go further.
Imagine what a difference that could make and it doesn’t cost you a thing!
To qualify for Gift Aid, what you pay in income tax or capital gains tax must equal or exceed the amount the charity will claim in the tax year. If you are a higher rate tax payer you will also be able to claim a tax relief through your tax return.
More information can be found at http://www.hmrc.gov.uk/individuals/giving/gift-aid.htm.