There are a number of ways you can help the society in its work to preserve Flat Holm Island.
Become A Member
Joining the society is a fun way to support Flat Holm island. Being a member of the society gives you the opportunity to spend time working on the island carrying out conservation work, building maintenance or giving tours. By joining the society you will have the opportunity to take part in fund raising events and join in with the social events held on the mainland. Membership costs just £15.00 per year.
- Experience island life through volunteering on one of our working long days or weekends doing conservation work, gardening and DIY
- Meet new friends
- Programme of social events and activities both on the mainland and island
- Take part in fund raising activities
How to join
1. Please complete the membership application form and then send it, along with a cheque for £15.00 made payable to “The Flat Holm Society”, to this address:
FHS Membership Secretary
13 Glen Mavis Way,
Vale of Glamorgan CF62 8JA
2. You can also email your membership form to email@example.com and pay by standing order. Sort code 30-90-52, account number 00819182. If you use this method, please give the payment reference as your surname followed by your postcode e.g. BOX/CF62 8JA.
By giving a donation to the Flat Holm Island Society you are helping to protect and preserve the flora, fauna and historical features of Flat Holm Island. Your donation, no matter the size, is very important to us.
If you would like to make a donation please send your cheque made payable to “The Flat Holm Society” along with your contact details to:
32 Coldbrook Road East
Barry CF63 1NG
As a member of the society you can volunteer your time in a number of different ways:
- By attending society working long days and weekends. These offer you the opportunity to put your gardening and DIY skills to use and to learn conservation and habitat management skills.
Help out with wildlife surveys, habitat management and bird ringing activities. As a member of Flat Holm Society you can learn the skills involved with carrying out wildlife surveys on the island, maintaining and managing habitat for flora and fauna and help out with the various bird ringing activities including the annual gull ringing exercise. It is great experience for anyone wishing to pursue a career in or for anyone who has a personal interest in ecology, environmental management or conservation.
- Do you have good DIY skills? Are you a qualified plumber, electrician, carpenter, builder or plasterer? If so as a society member you could volunteer your time on specific island projects.
- Become a member of the committee and help in the general running of the society.