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Club Membership runs on an annual basis and the fees are payable whenever you join or renew and run from the date you join until 12 months later.

Junior Club - age 5 to 9 years

There is a one-off £2 joining fee and £1 is payable per session.  Read more about Junior Club here. To join, please register here .

Senior Club - age 10 to 14 years

There is no joining fee for this age group, and the annual membership fee is £5. Alternatively subscription payments may be made of 50p per visit to the club, capped at £5, i.e. after 10 sessions. Read more about Senior Club here. To join, please register here .

Senior Club - age 15 to 17 years

There is no joining fee for this age group, and the annual membership fee is £10.  Read more about Senior Club here. To join, please register here .

Gym Membership - age 18 to 20 years

There is no joining fee for this age group, and the annual membership fee is £20.  Read more about being a Gym member here. To join, please register here.

Gym Membership - age 21 years and over

There is no joining fee for this age group, and the annual membership fee is £35, unless you are on benefits or unemployed ( proof is required ) then the fee will be £30 per year.  Read more about being a Gym member here. To join, please register here.

The fees for age 21+ remain the same as last year, given the 6-month closure of the Gym. We encourage members to give an additional donation of £15, on which we can claim Gift Aid.

Your membership fee MUST be paid before or on your first visit. 

Anyone not paid up will be refused entry to the Club and/ or will not be allowed to use the gym.

“St Andrew's Club is your local charity and the world’s oldest youth club. As a registered charity we rely on voluntary support and donations and each year have to raise well over £450,000 to keep the Club open. It is hard to raise this sort of money every year especially when the demand for Youth Provision is as great as it has ever been. Those of you who were members here know how well the Club did that for you and continues to do that for the next generation. We try to keep costs as low as possible. The Club is a registered charity and if you know you are able to contribute more we would welcome a voluntary donation to help fund our vital work with local young people. Please complete the donation form and Gift Aid declaration, on which we can then claim Gift Aid.”