Join the St. Hubert Club

How to become a Club Member

Ensure that you know and understand our history, purpose and ethos. In addition be aware that the St. Hubert Club Training system applies to all who join, as no matter how experienced or inexperienced you are, everybody goes through the same training process. There is more information on this in the Training section.

During the probationary period of two years you will be expected to attend a number of Club events (there are quarterly Member Meetings, a group training day in spring and autumn, a summer BBQ, and at least two days per year at Bisley), so that when the time comes for you to be voted through to become a full member others will know you and be prepared to vote on your behalf.

Instrumental in improving deer welfare

What to do next

If you are interested in joining us, contact the Membership Secretary to request an application form (you will need either: a proposer and seconder from within the Club, or two referees that you can nominate), you will also be sent a sign-off document representing a shortened version of our rules. It is our rule that you will also need to be the holder of an FAC (Fire Arms Certificate) prior to joining the Club.

The joining fee is £300 and the annual subscription is currently £120 and you will pay extra for each year’s stalking licences depending on which ground you select from our list.

If you need any further information please contact the Membership Secretary using the form below.

Join the St. Hubert Club

For more information about the Club or membership enquiries and applications, please use the form to contact the Membership Secretary.