The British Evacuee Association, a non profit registered charity for the evacuated children during the second world war
join the British Evacuees Association and be part of a worldwide group dedicated to preserving the story of the Great Evacuation for future generations
Become a member of the British Evacuee Association, anyone can join, reciev a bi-monthly newsletter as well as other benefitsDonate to our Evacuee Memorial Fund, to preserve the memory of the evacuation for future generationsRegister as an Evacuee and receive your certificate of recognition
Become a member of the British Evacuees Association and recieve our bi-monthly newsletter, keeping you up to date and in touch with evacuees all over the world

Whether you were an evacuee during the Second World War, had evacuees stay at your home or in your village or just interested in learning more about the Great Evacuation... join us now!

Become a member of the British Evacuees Association and receive a copy of our 16 page newsletter 6 times a year, (bi-monthly) full of stories and pictures from former evacuees, news of forthcoming events and enable you to keep in touch with other evacuees from all over the world.

Until recently the evacuees were the forgotten people of the Second World War, we are now working hard to make the facts known.

Evacuee Membership Rates

UK - Individuals and couples living at the same address £20.00
Overseas - (including postage of 'The Evacuee' by airmail)  
Europe £35 €41
Rest of the world £45 €53
United States of America $76
Canada $78
Australia $73
New Zealand $92
   

To join us you can:

If you would like to receive a complimentary copy of our newsletter prior to joining please get in touch with your full postal address.

We also have back dated copies of our newsletter available for sale at £2 each if you would like to order any please let us know.

Certificate of Recognition, order yours now

PATRONS

Rt. Rev. and Rt. Hon. Lord Carey of Clifton – Former Archbishop of Canterbury and evacuee
Mr Michael Aspel OBE – Television Presenter and former evacuee
Sir Robert Crawford CBE – Former Director General of the Imperial War Museum
Mr Henry Sandon MBE – Television Presenter and former evacuee
Lady Emma Barnard – of Parham Park, home for evacuees during World War Two
Sir Bruce Forsyth CBE – Television Presenter and former evacuee
Sir Roger Moore – Actor and former evacuee
Mr Brian Charles – Local resident and former evacuee

PATRONS

Rt. Rev. and Rt. Hon. Lord Carey of Clifton
Former Archbishop of Canterbury and evacuee
Mr Michael Aspel OBE
Television Presenter and former evacuee
Sir Robert Crawford CBE
Former Director General of the Imperial War Museum
Mr Henry Sandon MBE
Television Presenter and former evacuee
Lady Emma Barnard
of Parham Park, home for evacuees during World War Two
Sir Bruce Forsyth CBE
Television Presenter and former evacuee
Sir Roger Moore
Actor and former evacuee
Mr Brian Charles
Local resident and former evacuee