The 7mm Narrow Gauge Association aims to encourage the modelling of
narrow gauge railways at a scale of or around 7mm to 1 foot (1:43)



Joining the Association

Existing members wishing to Renew, please click here to use our Renewals Page.

The 7mm Narrow Gauge Association exists for the benefit of its members, who enjoy the services and publications of the Association. Whilst some of these are made freely available via the website, certain items are only available to members. For further details of the benefits of joining the Association, see this page.

Membership runs from 1st January to the 31st of December. Members joining up to 1st October will receive the back numbers for that year which they have missed. If the Association has used up all the back issues you will be offered a choice of Handbooks instead. Members joining after 1st October will receive the October and December issues in addition to the complete following year's issues.

The annual subscription depends on where you live because of the differing cost of sending mail to various parts of the world. Digital Only membership is also now available. This entitles the member to full membership rights (voting, web access and all sales departments) with the exception of paper copies of Narrow Lines and Narrow News. These will be delivered electronically via the internet.

For a sample download copy of Narrow Lines magazine, see here.


You may join using PayPal

Please click on the appropriate link below to take you to PayPal's secure payment pages, where you will be asked for all the relevant information for us to process your subscription. You can then use a credit card to pay. You do not need to have a PayPal account to use this method.

You should receive a message from PayPal that the goods have been despatched. This means that the membership secretary has received and is processing your payment. This will normally be within 14 days. It will usually be much quicker and we aim to deal with it within a week but this cannot be guaranteed.

Existing members wanting to renew should use the Membership Renewal page, not this one.

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Traditional methods still exist - you may also join using paper!

Membership rates are shown below, with a link to an application form.


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Member £25.00 £30.00 £36.00 Membership Application Form

Please note the instructions on the application form. To minimise effort by our volunteers, it is appreciated if you provide an email address and possibly a telephone number for us to contact you in case of any queries. Our Privacy Notice will shortly be made available here.

Payments

If you wish to pay by credit card, we would strongly prefer that you use the PayPal payment method via the links above. If you are an internet user but prefer not to use online payments, then please contact the membership secretary by email (address below) when submitting your membership application and an appropriate arrangement can be agreed.

We do not now accept Standing Orders for subscription payments.

You may pay by cheque. This must be made payable to '7mm Narrow Gauge Association' and drawn on a British Bank in GBP. The cheque should accompany your completerd application form and be sent to:

Gary Burke
Membership Secretary
43 Hornbeam Spring
KNEBWORTH
SG3 6AY
members@7mmnga.org.uk

Please note that we do our best to get your magazine posted to you on time. Occasionally there are slippages, which we try and advise through this web site. Once the packages are in the hands of the Royal Mail, we have no further control over their delivery.

Please be patient, and allow the magazine to be up to two days later than the published date. If your magazine has not arrived within three days of the expected date and there is no explanation on this web site, then please contact Gary Burke.