The BVA has announced a freeze on individual membership prices for thenew association year (2009/10) to help members get through the currenteconomic climate.

Members who renew between now and the 2010 annual meeting will see no increase in their annual subscription rate.

Commenting, Prof Bill Reilly, president of the BVA, said: “The current economic downturn has brought its challenges to the veterinary profession, just as in other sectors.

“We want our members to continue to benefit from all that the BVA has to offer without having to spend more and that is why we are freezing our membership prices for 2010.”

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