What is CSMA Club?
What is CSMA Club?
Since 1923, CSMA Club (formerly known as the Civil Service Motoring Association) has been working hard to support civil service employees and their immediate families. This includes both current and past employees, as well as those who do or have worked for central government or organisations with roots in the civil service - BT or the Post Office, for example - and Prospect union members.
Run entirely by its members, for its members, CSMA Club endeavours to help you make the most of your money by arranging significant discounts across a broad range of products - from life necessities like home and car insurance to leisure activities. Indeed, these days, we're the largest private home, motoring and leisure organisation in the UK.
The benefits of joining
Here at CSMA Club, we are committed to helping make life more enjoyable for our members, and that's why we've put together a fantastic collection of more than 50 money-saving benefits to help your hard-earned cash go further.
As a member of the club, you can enjoy excellent discounts on car insurance, as well as servicing, tyre maintenance and breakdown cover.
Meanwhile, the organisation has also arranged a vast collection of offers for members when it comes to leisure time, helping you to really relax and unwind - after all, as a member of the civil service, you've worked hard to help make the country a better place, so you deserve to put your feet up!
For example, if you're planning a summer holiday, you can receive 20 per cent off stays at leisure retreats in destinations across the UK. Self-catering cottages in Cornwall and Devon, holiday parks In the Forest of Dean, manor house hotels in Sussex - there are plenty of places you can go to unwind and reconnect with your loved ones without spending too much money.
Want to try something new? Our special events calendar is chock-full of exhilarating events such as motor races and air shows, as well as exclusive club days, giving you the chance to enjoy a fabulous day out with your family, surrounded by like-minded people and maybe even some current or former colleagues! Go-karting and off-road driving are just some examples.
In addition, members can also make the most of our free financial consultations. The sound advice provided can help you get a grip on your finances, or help you plan for the future.
If you are, or have ever been a member of the civil service, central government or an organisation with roots in the civil service - like BT or the Post Office - you can start enjoying the benefits of CSMA membership quickly and easily. We also cater to Prospect union members.
What's more, parents, children and siblings of existing CSMA Club members may also join, and they can look forward to making the most of some remarkable money-saving discounts on everything from insurance to cinema tickets and hotel accommodation across the UK.
To get started, all you have to do is fill out the form on our website. Membership costs less than £20 a year. Since the Club is regulated by the Financial Services Authority and is a member of the Insurance Brokers' Association, you can rest assured that you're in good hands with us.
Whether you're ready to join, or would like to find out a little bit more about CSMA Club, get in touch today! You'll be amazed at the amount of money that you'll save just by gaining membership to this exclusive group!
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