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You can make a difference, but only by getting involved!
By filling in the simple form below, we know that you want to become a member and we shall contact you so that you can become a full member of the Dingwall branch of the SNP.

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Regular (12 p.a.) or Concessionary Memebership (6 p.a.)
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Concessionary Memebership is available for those who are unemployed, on a pension or a disability pension, are students, or otherwise do not have access to a regular full income.  Regular Memebership is for all the rest.  If you are in doubt, fill in the membership application form and we shall advise you.
There is of course no difference in status (other than cost).  Both types of member enjoy the same privileges and voting rights.

How Can You Join?

By filling in the form above, you will become a member of the SNP.  It's as simple as that!  We take care of all the rest. 
The form is NOT legally binding, but informs us that you wish to join.

Who Can Join?

We invite anybody interested in Scottish independence to get actively involved. You do not have to be of voting age and you do not have to be Scottish or even British. Indeed the SNP has special interest groups for non-British members.

Benefits of Joining

The biggest benifit you will enjoy is to become one of those whose voice is heard in the formation of a new and independent Scotland.
By joining the Dingwall Branch, you will get to meet us all and go to BBQs, bicycle rides, walks and evening parties such as Burns Night.

Make a difference!


"I found the information I was looking for on the SNP-Dingwall website, which is excellent by the way.  I strongly commend the SNP-Dingwall website."  Nicola Sturgeon.