A family membership
of English Heritage so you can visit historic sites and stately homes for a whole year.
Thirty percent of those with personal or family membership
in a union knew that all unions do not have the right to strike while only 21% of respondents with no direct union membership in the immediate family correctly answered that question.
covers all persons living at the one residence.
For example, he said, the Via Verde Country Club family membership
was part of his compensation package.
She and her husband Stephen, with their two small children, had a family membership
with ACF, and Karlene was a personal advocate for an environmentally aware lifestyle.
share resources, responsibilities, goals, and values should be considered a family and receive those benefits accorded families by society; that marriage should not be denied two people of the same gender wishing to make a legal commitment to each other; and that society is strengthened not by restricting marriage and family membership
but, rather, by encouraging the greatest possible participation in marriage and family;
is a [pound]48 monthly fee ([pound]36 off-peak) plus a [pound]75 joining fee ([pound]50 off-peak).
Except for self-service huts, membership in DNT is not required, but it's more convenient to join (about $18 per person per year; family membership
available), either by mail at the address below, at the DNT office in Oslo, or at a staffed hut.
Registrants can also adult children on their family membership
who are up to age 26 if they are enrolled in a college or trade school, or any age if the adult child is medically disabled.
Students may also enter to win a Family Membership
to the Detroit Zoological Society.
Sport and leisure service manager Paul Ayre A said: "Our Active Family membership
means the whole family can come to the gym together and it encourages children to be active from a young age.
A REMINDER that the competition to win a free family membership
at Marsden Golf Club for 2015 is still open.