Member Directory

Member Directory

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British Beer and Pub Association

The British Beer & Pub Association is the leading body representing Britain's brewers and pub companies. The Association is more than a century old and was originally founded as the Brewers' Society in 1904. Our members account for some 96% of beer brewed in Britain today, and own more than half of the nation's pubs. These members are also diverse in their activity, from international brewers, to market-leading managed pub companies, the nation's largest tenanted pub companies and historic family brewers. This diversity of membership enables us to speak up for the industry, championing its cause, whilst also being able to credibly claim a wide representative base. The Association exists to promote and protect one of the nation's most iconic and important industries. Not only is it a significant contributor to the economy, but also a vital cultural icon unique to Britain. Almost a million jobs are reliant on our sector, and the economy is £21.4 billion better off.

British Destinations

The Association originally formed in 1921, has developed from a traditional local government association, to become a national body that operates as a trade association representing the wider interest of local authority sponsored tourism.

British Educational Travel Association

BETA is the professional association representing the commercial and political interests of companies and organisations, promoting programmes, or supplying services, to the educational travel sector to, from and within Britain. BETA's objective is to create a networking community for British producers and suppliers, and to co-ordinate a unified voice to raise the profile of the educational travel industry.

British Guild of Tourist Guides

For more than 50 years, the Guild has been the principal national membership association for Blue Badge Tourist Guides and is active throughout the British Isles, including the Isle of Man and Jersey. With around 950 full members and a network of regional and local associations numbering more than 1,000 members who hold group membership, the Guild supports the UK?s growing body of professional guides. Its members offer guiding in 34 different languages for visitors with all types of needs and interests. The Guild is also the leading provider of training to nationally-approved professional standards for new entrants, as well as continuing professional development (CPD) for qualified guides. Twitter: @BBGuides Facebook: www.facebook.com/British-Guild-of-Tourist-Guides-166944986722322/

British Holiday & Home Parks Association

The British Holiday & Home Parks Association is the only organisation established exclusively to serve and represent the interests of the British parks industry. Membership is made up of the owners and managers of park home estates, touring and tenting parks, caravan holiday home parks, chalet parks and all types of self-catering accommodation.

British Marine Federation

British Marine is the membership organisation for the leisure, superyacht and small commercial marine industry. We represent businesses involved in: ? Leisure boats - seagoing and inland ? Small commercial workboats up to 24m ? Superyachts ? Passenger & Hire boat operators ? Marine supply chain Our members come from around 4,200 with an annual turnover of £3 billion.

Caravan and Motorhome Club

The Caravan and Motorhome Club is a community of a million people who love the great outdoors. Known as The Caravan Club until February 2017, it operates the largest privately-owned network of quality touring sites in the UK, offering members access to over 200 Club sites and 2,500 privately-owned places (Certificated Locations) to stay. It also offers a choice of 300 sites across continental Europe. The Club provides expert advice and training courses, overseas travel services and tours, insurance services and exclusive offers and discounts to members.

Coach Tourism Association

The CTA has a membership of more than 300, nearly half of whom are coach tour operators and tour wholesalers. The other half of the membership is made up of industry supporters who help make up the coach tourism package - they include hotel groups, Tourist Boards and major visitor attractions, ticket agencies and ferry operators, as well as professional advisers and B2B companies. The CTA has played an increasingly important role in building relationships with other trade bodies and tourist organisations. It has close ties with the Home Nations Tourists Boards, the Association of Group Travel Organisers, European Tour Operators Association and the Confederation of Passenger Transport (CPT). It is a founder member of the European Alliance for Coach Tourism.

Confederation of Passenger Transport UK

The Confederation of Passenger Transport UK (CPT) is the national trade association representing UK bus, coach, light rail and metro operators. Suppliers of goods and services to the industry are also able to become members.

Country Land and Business Association

The Country Land and Business Association (CLA) is the leading organisation representing and supporting owners of land and businesses in rural communities, including all forms of land management, as well as tourism, services and industry.