There is a club in most regions of the UK, but you may need to travel a distance for your local one. Here is the current known list of Snow Sport England and Scotland Clubs in alphabetical order:
Lakeland Cross-Country Ski Club
London Hyde Park Cross-Country Ski Club
Founded in 1982, the club has on snow trips and coaching, rollerski courses and races. Membership not only covers the London region, but also has members from all over the UK and other countries. The club meet at Hillingdon Cycle Circuit, UB4 0LP for summer rollerski training and is the host of the GB Series Rollerski races. Take a look at the trips page for on-snow activities with other XC Skiers. http://www.londonnordic.org.uk
Midland Ski Club
Manchester Cross-Country Ski Club (MCCSC) was founded in January 1984 in Altrincham as a focus for people with an interest in cross-country skiing. MCCSC is now a multidiscipline Nordic club for Cross‑Country, Roller and Telemark Skiers in and around Manchester and Preston, UK. Join in the fun with fellow free‑heelers in the North West of England and develop with coaching for members. MCCSC is proud of the strength and depth of its coaches and being one of the largest Cross‑Country club and the largest civilian Telemark club in England. Our common aim is to share and enjoy free‑heel skiing, bringing like-minded people together to ski, whether it be on a cycle track, road, indoor ski slope or the mountains. http://www.mccsc.org.uk/index.html
Wessex Biathlon & Nordic Ski Club
Yorkshire Dales Cross Country Ski Club
British Nordic Ski Team
The purpose of British Nordic is to facilitate the long term athlete development pathway from club athlete to national team level and to ensure that there is an opportunity for young athletes to progress into the Great Britain Racing teams.
Snowsport England is the National Governing Body for skiing and snowboarding in England and for English skiers. Recognised and directly grant aided by Sport England, Snowsport England was given responsibility for fostering and promoting the interests of English skiers and all aspects of their sport in England and overseas, through its members and interested agencies in the public and private sectors. SSE has the role of servicing the interests of skiers, and it prepares representative teams and also handles training of coaches, performers and officials.
The Masters World Championships (MWC) is the annual competition for Master skiers from around the world and the BMCCSA exists primarily to allow British skiers to take part in this event.
The 2020 Championship will be held in Cogne, Italy in March.
If you would like to take part in the championships you can read more information about how to join BMCCS here.