The museum is home to over 90 buses. Midland Red, WMPTE blue and cream and the corporation fleets from Birmingham, Walsall, West Bromwich and Wolverhampton are all represented, plus local independent operators. We are also home to the largest collection of battery electric road vehicles, including over 30 electric milk floats and bread vans from operators such as the Co-op, Midland Counties and Birmingham and Handsworth Dairies. All facets of the museum are staffed by volunteers who you can see restoring and maintaining the collections. The Museum was originally set up by the Birmingham and Midland Motor Omnibus Trust, formed in 1977 as a registered charity. The museum site, based in Chapel Lane, Wythall, was acquired in February 1978. Buildings were opened in 1980, 1990, 2007 and 2012 to meet the Trust's determination to have a roof over all its vehicles. The halls now accommodate one of the most significant collections of preserved buses in the country. In addition we have two Birmingham fire engines and what we believe to be the finest collection of restored battery electric vehicles in the world. A miniature steam railway has been constructed and operated by the Elmdon Model Engineering Society. The museum is operated by the Transport Museum Wythall, a registered Charity Incorporated Organisation.
To provide information and support for individuals, children and families with Treacher Collins Syndrome.
Tree of Hope children’s charity helps children and young people with a disability or illness by supporting their families to raise the funds that they need to pay for specialist care that is not freely available through the UK healthcare system. We are the crowdfunding children’s charity of choice for young people with healthcare needs, giving access to corporate donations, GiftAid and potential grants from Trusts and Foundations. Most importantly we give reassurance to your donors that their money will be spent on your child and their healthcare needs. With Tree of Hope behind you, we can help your campaign get off the ground, getting maximum exposure and helping your campaign reach its target as quickly as possible. As a crowdfunding children’s charity, we can help you to achieve and surpass your fundraising target.
The Treloar Trust provides education, care, therapy, medical support and independence training to young people with physical disabilities from all over the UK and overseas. Our aim is to prepare these young people for adult life, giving them the confidence and skills to achieve their full potential.
The Tuberous Sclerosis Association (TSA) was launched in 1977 with a membership of 50 families and funds of just £25. We have grown from a round robin support letter to a professional organisation providing support to families affected by Tuberous Sclerosis Complex (TSC) across the UK. The TSA is a registered charity with three charitable objectives: To support individuals affected by TSC, together with their families or carers To encourage and support research into the causes and management of TSC To provide education and information We look to our past to retain our community spirit, but drive forward by pushing the boundaries of what a small and dedicated team is capable of achieving. Through the TSA’s support services team, the active TSC online community and flagship TSA annual events, you should never feel alone with TSC.
TSSS is a national charity caring for the needs of those with Turner Syndrome (TS) throughout the UK. The Society offers support, advice and information to those with TS. The Society enjoys a good relationship with relevant specialists to promote a good basis for education and understanding of the management of Turner Syndrome.