Bath Preservation Trust (BPT) campaigns for and promotes the conservation, sustainable enhancement and celebration of the unique historic built environment and amenity, green setting and global contributions of the City of Bath as a World Heritage Site. At our heart are the principles of informed advocacy, learning for all, and the provision of authentic heritage experiences at our four museums, through partnership working and online. We believe Bath deserves excellence in design and contemporary sustainable development which is inclusive of all people, and improves social and economic opportunities without compromising our unparalleled built heritage and natural environment.
Battersea Dogs & Cats Home rescues and rehomes lost, abandoned and unwanted dogs and cats and has been since 1860.
Beamish is an open air museum which tells the story of life in North East England in the early 1800s, early 1900s and 1940s. The museum is embarking on a 4-year development plan to recreate a north eastern 1950s town, complete with homes, shops, community centre and working cinema, as well as additions to the Georgian landscape including a coaching inn where visitors can stay overnight.
Beat is the UK's leading eating disorder charity. We support people affected by eating disorders, their family members & friends, and campaign on their behalf.
We provide information, education and support to bowel cancer patients, their families, the general public and the medical profession. We publish a range of free information booklets, and can provide telephone support to patients, from other patients.
Behçet’s UK (formerly Behçet’s Syndrome Society) represents all Behçet’s patients in the UK including those yet to be diagnosed. We strive to secure the best care for all Behçet’s patients and assist their carer’s, parents and relatives. Reducing time to diagnosis, adopting consistent criteria, is our top priority; sitting alongside ensuring that members diagnosed with Behçet’s receive access to timely effective treatment together with best practice care and pathways. Raising comprehensive awareness of Behçet’s amongst all clinicians within NHS primary, secondary and tertiary care is vital in achieving these outcomes, together with promoting research into the cause, effects, treatment and management of this rare, complex and debilitating lifelong disease. Having helped to establish 3 Behçet’s Centres of Excellence in England, we now lobby for proper comprehensive care in Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.