Get more from the NFU: renew your membership now

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As an NFU member, you are currently part of the largest organisation in England and Wales representing 55,000 farming and growing businesses.

Over the next two weeks you’ll receive all the information you’ll need to renew your NFU membership, continuing your access to exclusive services and discounts, unrivalled local advice and expert political lobbying at the highest level.

In your renewal pack you’ll find:

  • A letter from NFU President Minette Batters/NFU Cymru President John Davies on the past year and why your membership is crucial in the months and years ahead
  • Testimonials from NFU members about their membership
  • A subscription notice with all the available payment options
  • Voucher booklet highlighting your services and discounts which are unique to NFU members
  • Our NFU successes over the past year and officeholder priorities for 2019
  • 2018/19 A1 month-by-month wall planner
  • A personalised membership card.

The NFU continually voices your concerns to those who have the power to make change. With the UK set to leave the European Union, no other organisation has or is capable of delivering the best possible outcome for farmers and growers.

That is why renewing your membership is so critical to ensure there is strength in members.

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Ways to renew your NFU membership

Did you know that you can renew your NFU subscription by Direct Debit, or credit/debit card, at any time of the day or night via NFUonline?

You can log into the members' area of our website, where you can make your payment securely online.

Members can save time renewing their subscriptions online, but we’re always on hand should you wish to pay by an alternative method:

  • Your local Group Secretary - if you would like to discuss your membership renewal or simply pay in person, please visit your Group Secretary at your local office.
  • Direct Debit - complete the Direct Debit mandate form attached to your renewal and sent it in the pre-paid returned envelope.  
  • Renewals Helpline - if you would like to make a payment using your debit/credit card or by setting up a direct debit over the phone, you can contact the NFU Renewals Helpline on 0370 606 0525.
  • Internet or telephone banking - to make a payment using telephone, internet or other remote banking services offered by your bank or building society please quote the following;

    Account name: NFU Subscription
    Sort Code: 40-21-27
    Account number: 51374672
    Please ensure you quote your membership number as the reference.

  • Cheque - please make cheques payable to ‘NFU’ stating your membership number on the reverse and sent it in the pre-paid returned envelope.

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How to renew your membership on NFUonline

Step 1: Click on the orange ‘Login’ button to the top-right of the screen on any NFUonline page.

Step 2: Enter your login details

Step 3: Click on ‘My Profile’


Step 4: You will now be in your NFU profile, please click on the ‘Subscription Payment’ option


Step 5: Your outstanding subscription will be showing and you can click on ‘Pay’.


Last edited on: 21:09:2018

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