Oxford Blues club membership

Normally runs from 1 Feb to January 31st.

Annual fees are payable to the club and its governing body, BiSHA. Fees are also payable to SASH for those players wanting to play in League matches. Fees to BiSHA cover individual insurance and third party liabilities. This is essential to be able to play in league matches.
See www.bishahockey.co.uk

Club Fees 2013

Initial joining/renewal FeeMonthly Fee
Existing Members  £ 7.50£ 20.00
New members: £ 25.00£ 20.00
SASH League Players£12.00 additional
BiSHA FeesSee form below

The Annual membership fee is payable as 12 payments of £20 per month.

*BiSHA have a play up fee of £10.00 if you are a Minnow playing up to Peewee, Peewee to Youth, Youth to Junior or Junior to Senior.

HOW TO PAY

  1. Send a cheque for your Existing or New club membership fee, SASH fee and BiSHA Membership Fees combined made out to: Oxford Blues Skater Hockey Club. We will then send the fees to SASH and BiSHA.
  2. Then set up a Standing Order Mandate to Oxford Blues Skater Hockey Club for the Monthly Club Fee.
  3. Download, print out and fill in the forms below and hand them to your Club Manager with your cheque.

DOWNLOAD FORMS

OXSKATE Membership form.2014 (Cheques made payable to Oxford Blues SHC.)

Standing Order Mandate 2014

Bisha membership form 2014

SCHOLARSHIPS

Click here to find out more about Scholarships

The fees to the club pay for training costs, venue hire, league matches and incidentals. Additional fees are chargeable to members for other items such as Nationals/regionals entry fee, Friendlies, additional training sessions, etc. Wherever possible, these charges are kept to a minimum.

SPONSORS

The sport and our club has little external income and is funded by its members from joining fees. Sports councils, special awards bodies and business have supported our club. The support of these alternative incomes have balanced our finances, up till now. We are always looking at other sponsors, donations and awards to reduce the burden on the players and their parents.