How to join.  First read the data protection notice on the right
    There is a 'one off' joining fee of £10 or an equivalent amount of the nearest available currency. Gold, diamonds and notes can be posted, but at your own risk. Bartering, while not impossible, is not encouraged. 
Bank to bank transfers are best, Paypal is OK but I have to do some shunting around as it is my personal account. Cheques are fine, though it takes me a week or so to get to a bank that hasn't closed yet.The club account is currently in my name at the Co-Operative Bank. More details helpful hints and instructions will become apparent from the forms below that can be filled out.
If something doesn't work you can email me or ring 01501 785 206. JIm.
    Please note that UK law has changed since the Midge was launched in the early 80's. We strongly suggest that anyone contemplating the purchase of an unfinished Midge Mk 1 project, or a car still registered as the original donor should research the matter carefully. It is our understanding that it is not possible to correctly register a Triumph or Ford based Midge in the UK without completing an IVA test (as the chassis has been modified) and it would be very unlikely to pass. Retaining the original car registration after modification and body change is not an option, so it is ESSENTIAL to research it very carefully! 

  The Suzuki based Midge Mk 2 does not have this problem (the chassis is not modified) and can be completed and registered as a body change.
MOBC   Mk1 and Mk2 Midge Owners' and Builders' Club

Data protection. Please read this before submitting an application form.

    We store members details when they apply so that we can send magazines and facilitate members communicating with each other. The details asked for are;
postal address
email address
phone number
car registration
donor type

If you don't want any parts of that available to the club members then don't fill that part in. 

I will need your email address if you want notification of new magazines but I can delete it from the data available to other members. 

The facebook side of things is quite separate from club data storage and is the responsibility of you and facebook