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Inclusion and Accessibility Applications 2019
Nest’s Inclusion and Accessibility Membership programme is in place to ensure that all community members are able to attend regardless of financial standing. We believe that this is an important part of Radical Inclusion and it’s something we’ve had in place from the very beginning.

This form allows us to manage the volume of applications for inclusion and accessibility memberships. The information given in any application will be kept strictly confidential.

How to choose the right membership
1) Low Income Memberships are priced at £70 and are available to anyone who is on a reduced income, underemployed or unemployed, a full-time student, a full-time carer, eligible for benefits, or those struggling financially. There is no one-size-fits-all approach, so even if you don’t see yourself on this list please do get in touch via the application form and let us know about your personal circumstances.

2) Very Low Income Memberships are priced at £30 and are for individuals who are in serious financial hardship due to circumstances outside of their control. We are continuing to trust our community members to apply for the membership that they are able to afford (a bit like an honesty box). We have a limited number of Very Low Income memberships available, so please only apply for these if you are truly in need otherwise it might prevent someone else from being able to attend.

3) Carer Memberships are priced at £1 and are for individuals who will be performing a carer role at Nest. This applies to anyone who provides care, paid or unpaid, for a friend or family member who due to illness, disability, a mental health problem, or an addiction would not be able to attend Nest without their support. This work goes beyond the expected collaboration between cabin members and Nest participants (outlined in the 11 Principles).

Before you begin your application
Make sure yo have completed your Burner Bio

When making your application, please take into honest consideration our recommendations and criteria for eligibility.

You may only make one application per participant.

How it works
Once you've filled out your Burner Bio and have read through our criteria and recommendations for eligibility, this form will ask you about your situation and why you're applying for a inclusion and accessibility membership. If we don’t receive adequate information in the initial application we will have to request further details, which will slow down the ticket allocation process.

If your application is successful you'll receive a confirmation email with an access code. We are limited to >500 participants this year due to licensing laws (and it's very likely that we will hit that number soon), so it's important you complete your purchase as soon as possible. Your membership is not guaranteed until you use the code to purchase it.

What if I need a refund or an exchange?
Unlike a standard memberships, if you can not longer make it to Nest 2019 inclusions and accessibility memberships are refunded and reissued by emailing memberships@burningnest.co.uk and letting us know you can not longer attend the event. Please note that if you realise you can not go in the weeks coming up to the event we may not be able to issue refund until after the event because this is a busy time for our team.
Can we get started now?
Yes! There are between 5 and 7 questions to fill out, and you can save your answers at any time and return to it later if you need to.
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