Scottish Pensioners Forum

Annual Membership

Our Annual Membership runs from April to March and we aim to send out renewal forms during the early part of the year.

Receipts are available to organisations for auditing purposes and new Individual Pensioner Members will receive a Membership Card.

Membership renewals have recently been sent out and should be returned by 31st March 2018.

Why not join us?

  • Individual pensioners £5

  • Other individuals £12.50

  • Local Forums £12.50

  • Organisations £35

Please use the e-mail form opposite and we'll get back to you with more information or alternatively write or call our Forum Administrator

Please click the link below to view the SPF Data Protection Policy

To Our Current Members

We appreciate your wonderful support throughout the year and hope that we can continue to count on this for the future.

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Scottish Pensioners' Forum, 333 Woodlands Road, Glasgow G3 6NG

tel: 0141 337 8113 | e-mail: spf@stuc.org.uk

CAMPAIGNING FOR A BETTER DEAL FOR OLDER PEOPLE SINCE 1992

Scottish Pensioners Forum Privacy Policy

The Scottish Pensioners Forum are fully compliant with the Data Protection Act 2018 and the General Data Protection Regulations (EC Directive) 2016 (GDPR). We are committed to protecting the privacy of our members and affiliates and will treat all information you give us with care. We will tell you why we collect your personal information, and what we use it for. We will only collect the information that we need, and will never sell your personal information or let other organisations use it for marketing. The Scottish Pensioners Forum will keep your personal information up to date and ensure it is safe and secure, and we will require any suppliers or affiliates who work with us to have up to date privacy policies. We do not use or disclose personal data, such as credit card or payment details neither will we disclose any personal sensitive details such as race, religion or political affiliations without your specific instruction to do so.
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