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    Becoming a member of the Surrey Care Association is a simple process.

    Membership fees are based on the nature and size of the service/s you provide and we believe offer real value for money.

     

    If you would like to become a member, please submit a Membership Enquiry form here, or alternatively call our membership officer on 01306 868 529. Our membership officer will then discuss with you the different membership benefits and how much your membership fees will come to.

     

    Please note that prices vary for different types of care services and the size of services.

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