We're putting the finishing touches to our events programme for the final part of 2023 and into 2024 - we will announce details as we have them on our events pages. Why not head over there now and see what we have to offer?
As always, being a member (from only £20/year) will allow you priority access to bookings, and a discount on the booking fee. If you are already a member, please log into the website to check that your membership is up to date to avoid delays when booking opens.
Membership fees for 2023 became due on 1st January!
Membership payments for most members become due at the start of each year. If you pay using PayPal then you should already find the renew option is available in your website account. Your support is greatly appreciated. If you have any questions, please send an email to
Please note that for 2023 we have raised our fees slightly to cover ever-increasing printing and postage costs for the journal. However you can also keep your membership at the same level as it is currently by choosing electronic delivery for your journal. Think of the space saving on your already overloaded bookshelves...
Your subscription will need to be up to date if you want to access the latest edition of our journal!
Inside you will also find articles about a hidden Pleistocene mammal assemblage from a Flemish Valley, European collections of Argentinian mammal material, a new award for Belgian citizen palaeontologists, and the collection of John Woodward (1665–1728).
Members should have received a copy by e-mail, but if not, or if you would like to download the higher resolution version, then you can do so by logging into the website.
Please remember to set your preferences for print/electronic copies in your account, accessible using the "member login" function on the lower right of your screen.
We are always on the lookout for enthusiastic individuals who can help us out on our committee. You can get a good idea of the things we get up to by reading our annual reports, which are available from here. No specific experience is required, and we will provide you with any training you might need.
We always advertise specific trustee roles, but there is always other work to be done, so if you would like to help out, then have a read about what we do, and then get in touch to arrange an informal chat.