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We are particularly interested in recruiting new members to the PSG and relish the opportunity to study any new sites that you can tell us about. We currently have 300 members in six countries and many of them have contributed their time and resources to the Defence of Britain Project and the PSG.

Join Online – Online membership is slightly more expensive to cover PayPal charges

Otherwise the membership fee is only £8-00 for one year UK membership or £10-00 for overseas membership.

Members receive the journal ‘Loopholes‘ three times a year which details recent finds and sites of particular interest to the military archaeologist.

Please send Sterling cheque or Money Order Made out to – Pillbox Study Group –  along with your address (and e-mail address if you have one) to:

Tom Bell

Pillbox Study Group Membership
12 Castle Close
Kings Lynn
Norfolk
PE30 3EP
United Kingdom

If you have any questions about the PSG, membership, Pillboxes or Defence Structure related topics please do not hesitate in contacting our Co-ordinator Roger J. C. Thomas.

 

 

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Join The Group

We welcome new members to the PSG. We currently have over 300 members in six countries. Members receive the journal 'Loopholes' three times a year which details recent finds and sites of particular interest.
PSG Membership
For more details about PSG, membership, Pillboxes or Defence Structure related topics contact our Co-ordinator Roger Thomas.

Disclaimer

Defence Structures and sites of all types both above and below ground can be very dangerous. Serious injury or even death can arise from unauthorised entry into such sites and structures. Join a responsible club, group or society who can arrange official visits. The Pillbox Study Group accepts no responsibility for any damages or injuries caused by ignoring this advice. The PSG does not encourage members to undertake the ad hoc clearance of vegetation from pillboxes, as it can expose them to physical damage and inappropriate use, it may also contravene a variety of statutory regulations including, listed buildings and SSSI designations. Vegetation clearance should only ever be undertaken as part of a formal arrangement, having sought and obtained permission from the land owner and other necessary authorities. Damaging a listed or scheduled monument can be considered as a Heritage Crime.

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