The Bring Back British Rail campaign is run by volunteers.
We rely entirely on proceeds from selling merchandise and donations to fund campaign materials and activities. If you believe in the campaign’s aims, then buying a t-shirt and wearing it with pride or making a donation is a great way of showing your support for what we are doing.
You may now make donations online using credit or debit cards via PayPal.
To avoid PayPal fees, you may also make donations via BACS or CHEQUE using the details below:
Account Holder: Bring Back British Rail
Bank: The Co-operative Bank
Sort Code: 089299
Account Number: 65374894
Please make cheques payable to Bring Back British Rail and post to:
Bring Back British Rail
c/o Flat 2
41 Lansdowne Crescent
During the first two years, Bring Back British Rail ran a Membership Scheme. The people listed below joined the scheme and were therefore instrumental in helping establish the campaign:
Ellie Harrison, Fraser Muggeridge, Daniel Bateman, Robert McCracken, Jan Greggain-Peck, Brian McCulloch, Kristofer Keane, Kenneth Muir, Mike Sargent, Anthony Hallatt, Kate Joester, David Sterratt, Martyn Cheney, Mark Stevens, Bernard Harrison, Stuart Malthouse, David Keen, Alistair Ford, Clifford Singer, John Malcolm Robinson, Morgan Winters, Darren Towler, New Horizons Advertising Agency Ltd, M J Herbison, James Riley, David Dennis, Elisabeth Winkler, Andrew Saffrey, A C Cleary, Ross Clark, Dennis Barnes, Nigel Gadd, Andrew McPartlin, Paul Ebbens, William Loneskie, John Benson, Liz Rayment, Alex Partington, Michael Dalgleish, Roy Rogers, Andrew Back, Paul Martin, Barry Morrison, Andrew Shore, Samuel Ashton, Philip Clarke, Robert Segrott, Roy Hammersley, Martin Norris, Laurence Eccles, Paul Cook, Barrie Fairbairn, Thomas Corcoran, Jack Ogden, Daniel Casey, Sean Sharples, Paul Rutland, Richard Hadingham, Danny Leigh, Emma Balkind, Lloyd Butler, Simon Lowe, Paul Sharville, Alan Hayward, Zachary Daunt-Jones, Gregory Burton, David Bennett, Mark Jones, Andy Wakefield, Hugh Potton
Tony Benn, Caroline Lucas
Bring Back British Rail is a non-charitable campaigning body. We are not eligible to register for charitable status because we have political aims. As a non-charitable campaigning body, we are free to carry out campaigning and political activity and operate as a pressure group.