Becoming a member is easy, and open to employees of all bus & coach companies. For further information contact us
For as little as 80p per week you will be entitled to the valuable benefits managed by this scheme
Membership of the Society is primarily available to anyone employed by a bus or coach company, but will normally be extended to employees who have worked for a bus or coach company in the past and are now in other transport industries in the UK.
For as little as 80p per week you will be entitled to valuable benefits if you are unable to work through illness (see Sick Benefits). There are also schemes to provide assistance on retirement and to provide financial support to members' families in the unfortunate event of death of a member before the age of 68.
On the other pages of this website you will find more details about the Society and how it can help you. Please do not hesitate to contact us by telephone or email, or speak to your local Steward, if you have any questions.
Mr B - Medical Retirement Private MemberMr B retired for medical reasons at age 64 after 42 years of membership. He received a lump sum payment from the Provident Fund of £800.20 in return for total contributions paid of £318.28 He had also claimed £488.10 in sickness benefits during his membership, having paid in contributions of £980.89 to the Sick Fund,receiving £246.40 refund
Total pay out of £1046.60
Mr W NorthfleetMr W retired at 65 after 30 years of membership of the Society. He received a lump sum payment from the Provident Fund of £765.00 in return for total contributions paid of £312.80 In addition, as a result of his good sickness record (he had claimed just £40.00 in sickness benefits during his membership), he received a partial refund of his contributions to the Sick Fund amounting to £437.65
A total payout of £1,202.65
Mr S- Medical RetirementAlthough Mr S has only been a member of the Society for 8 years, he has unfortunately suffered with ill health on a regular basis, and received a total of £735.50 from the Sick Fund in return for total contributions of £302.40 On being medically retired he also received a payment of £215.00 from the Provident Fund having paid £77.60 in contrbutions
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