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ive just looked on the website and these are what the memberships say
Single (UK) £22.00 (Allows ONE person only to attend a Breeders’ Meeting)
Family (UK) £25.00 (Allows TWO adults and their children to attend a Breeders’ Meeting)
Business (UK) £35.00 (Allows THREE adults only to attend a Breeders’ Meeting)

as far as im aware children are free into breeders meetings as long as they are with an adult so children do not just apply to a family membership but also to a single and business would i be right in thinking this ans also what is the difference between memberships other than the amount of people it covers or is this the only difference
 

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ive just looked on the website and these are what the memberships say
Single (UK) £22.00 (Allows ONE person only to attend a Breeders’ Meeting)
Family (UK) £25.00 (Allows TWO adults and their children to attend a Breeders’ Meeting)
Business (UK) £35.00 (Allows THREE adults only to attend a Breeders’ Meeting)

as far as im aware children are free into breeders meetings as long as they are with an adult so children do not just apply to a family membership but also to a single and business would i be right in thinking this ans also what is the difference between memberships other than the amount of people it covers or is this the only difference
the membership get you in at 10:15 so think if you had a single it will just get you in at that time (no kids) but the family on will get you and your kids in at 10:15 and the business one is for people who have reptile shop i think thats how it works : victory:
 

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ive just looked on the website and these are what the memberships say
Single (UK) £22.00 (Allows ONE person only to attend a Breeders’ Meeting)
Family (UK) £25.00 (Allows TWO adults and their children to attend a Breeders’ Meeting)
Business (UK) £35.00 (Allows THREE adults only to attend a Breeders’ Meeting)

as far as im aware children are free into breeders meetings as long as they are with an adult so children do not just apply to a family membership but also to a single and business would i be right in thinking this ans also what is the difference between memberships other than the amount of people it covers or is this the only difference
I'll ask Richard to come on here and explain better than I can. Plus, technically I arent here I am on a buying trip! Kevin.
 

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Hi - hopefully I will be able to clear this up?

A SINGLE membership is just what it say - a single membership for ONE person.
A Family membership is for TWO adults (NOT gender specific) and their children UNDER 16. Children (?) over 16 must hold a SINGLE membership in their own name.
A business membership is (generally) classed as being for a business owner and his staff (up to three if memory serves). This is NOT a Family membership, however if the 'named' member chooses to bring his wife and children in place of his allocated THREE staff then I would think that would be fine - just double check on that one with Richard---- [email protected]:2thumb:

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Alan IHS Secretary
 

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i was just wondering thats all i own a business but dont have any members of staff as its only a small business for now so by the sounds of things i would not benefit from paying the extra £10 for a business membership however i do normally take my kids to the shows when i cant get a sitter and my wife or bro-in-law normally come with me so i think i would benefit from a family membership need to get it posted off soon tho so i can attend on the 23rd dont want to stand in the non members queue i heard that all non members have to register this year
 

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i was just wondering thats all i own a business but dont have any members of staff as its only a small business for now so by the sounds of things i would not benefit from paying the extra £10 for a business membership however i do normally take my kids to the shows when i cant get a sitter and my wife or bro-in-law normally come with me so i think i would benefit from a family membership need to get it posted off soon tho so i can attend on the 23rd dont want to stand in the non members queue i heard that all non members have to register this year
all you do if your a non member is put your name and e-mail down
 
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