Who can join and meeting times?

Please note: Everyone attending must fill in a membership form. This can be done through the Kelston website under JOIN US.

MINIS (Years 5 to 6):

Saturday mornings from 9.45am till 12.30pm.

JUNIORS (Years 7 to 8):

Wednesdays from 4.50pm to 7pm.

Saturday afternoons from 2:30pm to 6.15pm.

SENIORS (Years 9 to 10):

Tuesday Study Club from 4.50pm to 7pm.

Saturday afternoons from 2:30pm to 6.30pm.

STUDY CENTRE (Years 11 to 13):

Tuesdays 4.50pm to 7pm.

Saturdays from 2pm to 9pm (and on Saturday mornings for private study).

How to join

Kelston is open to young boys and men from 9 to 25 years of age. We are always happy to welcome new members. Simply come along and see how you like coming to Kelston for a month.

To join Kelston, please submit a Membership and Medical form through the website under JOIN US.

After this, an annual subscription is due at a pro rata rate from September to August.

Membership Fees

Subscriptions for Kelston membership go directly towards the running costs of the Club & Study Centre. The fees are set by the management committee and only go a small way towards meeting costs. Hence, we like to ask parents who can afford to give more to consider making a donation over and above the fees. It also allows us to lower the fee for families that find it difficult to meet the full amount.

The fees run on a pro rata basis from September to August. For those who are current members or join in the autumn term, the rates are as follows:

Individual membership:     £140.00

Family membership:            £160.00

Those joining Kelston in the spring term pay £90 (family £105) and those joining in the summer term pay £50 (family £60).

If you feel that your son can only attend the club for one or two activities and a summer camp, then an associate rate of £65 applies.

Payments can be made online:

Account Name: KELSTON
Sort Code: 20-90-69
Account No: 60436305

IBAN: GB79 BUKB 2090 6960 4363 05

Feel free to ring the club leader on 020 8673 2242 anytime to arrange to bring all the family around to see Kelston.