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Become a Member

Norfolk RCC has redesigned its membership structure after talking to members about their needs. The new structure has bronze, silver and gold membership categories offering a range of benefits tailored to the level of need from organisations, Of course all membership comes with the knowledge you are supporting Norfolk RCC and its work with communities and advocating on rural issues. We also have a range of benefits still being developed which will be added free to each category, so watch out for updates in the near future.

Gold Membership

Gold membership includes our Commercial Legal Expenses policy which offers both a 24 hours a day legal helpline and cover for a variety of legal defence costs including employment disputes, property disputes and contract disputes. This helps give you peace of mind that you can access professional legal advice when you need it and are covered if things go wrong.

Make a Donation

We deliberately keep our membership fees low to allow as many individuals and organisations to join as possible but if you feel able to provide extra support we have a number of ways to allow you to do it.

One off donations

These can be done by:

  •  completing the membership form following the link below and sending a cheque
  • or by clicking here
  • Regular giving by standing order. If you would like to give a regular amount, please contact us and we can provide you with a standing order form.

Payroll giving

If you are working and pay tax using the PAYE method you may like to donate through your employers payroll. Talk to your employer about this or contact us for more information.


Your friends and family should be your first consideration in your Will but if you would like to support the wider community through our work we would be grateful for any legacy donations.

We would always recommend that you seek professional independent advice before completing a Will. We can provide you with a suggested wording for your legacy.

Become a Volunteer

Help us improve Norfolk RCC

We are currently developing new ways to get volunteers involved in our work with communities. Whether it’s supporting groups or undertaking specific projects that we wouldn’t normally be able to do, if you have some spare time then maybe you could help?

If you are interested please get in touch.

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