We have Two categories of Membership:
- Junior membership – free for under 25 year-old
- Adult membership – £10.00 (This is a one-off joining fee for life)
If you join Metro Blind Sport today, we can help you to get involved with sport and we can also offer financial support. Subsidies will only apply to those living in the Greater London Area or within the M25 unless otherwise authorised by the Committee.
Membership is restricted to those living within easy reach of London but we can sometimes admit members for whom there is no alternative club available.
Click this link to: Join Metro.
If you are joining as a Lifetime Member, you will need to make a payment online. Via Paypal, you do not need to be a PayPal member as it will take credit card etc. So please ensure you have your card details handy before starting to register. You must also have an email address to register as a member online.
You can also use the top menu bar via Membership and then use the Join Metro option. which will take you to the online registration form as above.
Other ways to pay for your membership, if you cannot pay online via PayPal.
Pay by BACS – Bank Transfer or by post
By Bank Transfer – BACS. It is extremely important when using BACS that you use your name as the reference at the time of transfer. This will show up on the bank statement and then we can manually update your details onto our membership system.
- Natwest Bank
- Sort Code: 60 22 10
- Account number: 72367814
If you have any queries concerning your membership please contact:
Tracie Tappenden on 07837 721648 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Download Metro Membership Subsidy Policy
in Word Format
Download Metro Subsidy Form
Download Code of Conduct
Metro is primarily for blind and partially sighted people living in and around London but we welcome other clubs and individuals to take part in our Athletics Open and Club Tennis tournament.
As a member, you will receive the latest blind and partially sighted news and events via this website, and by our social media channels. We will also email out information on an occasional basis that needs to brought to the attention of members at short notice. Our main method of communication is through this site, so keep coming back and having a look around regularly.
Extract from Metro’s Constitution:
Click here to download our CIO Constitution
9. Membership of the CIO
(1) Admission of new members
Membership of the CIO is open to any Vision Impaired individual who is
interested in furthering its purposes, and who, by applying for membership,
has indicated his or her agreement to become a member and acceptance of the
duty of members set out in sub-clause (3) of this clause.
(3) Duty of members
It is the duty of each member of the CIO to exercise his or her powers as a
member of the CIO in the way he or she decides in good faith would be most
likely to further the purposes of the CIO.
We are delighted for sighted individuals to sign up and receive our newsletters and any payments to Metro will be treated as a donation.
Our activities are governed by a Constitution approved by the Charities Commission.
Click here to view our CIO Constitution