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The London Bus Preservation Trust, which runs London Bus Museum, is a Registered Charity. We receive no statutory or official funding. All our work is undertaken by volunteers and our finances rely entirely on the fundraising efforts of our Members, volunteers and supporters

Donations, both financial and of items of transport memorabilia, are important to the Museum.

You can make an online donation to our CAF account here – if you do, please click the ‘Gift Aid’ box if you are a UK taxpayer and eligible to Gift Aid your donation, please complete the declaration.  This will increase your donation by 25p for every £1 donated at NO extra cost to you or us.

Or you can make a one-off donation by cheque or BACS,  or a regular payment by direct debit:

 

The T357 Appeal

In 2023 we launched a major fundraising appeal to restore our 1931 Green Line AEC Regal coach T357.  This has a special significance as it was rebodied in 1935 by Weymann's at Addlestone and served on local routes in the Weybridge area during the War.  

Donate to the T357 Appeal.

T357 at Brooklands

Donating transport-related memorabilia

Contact us here if you would like to donate your transport-related memorabilia to the Museum, particularly London bus and Underground items.

We welcome:

  • maps
  • timetables
  • uniforms, buttons, badges, etc.
  • posters. brochures, leaflets
  • tickets / ticket machines
  • signs, bus stop flags, "E" plates, garage plates
  • and other memorabilia

We regret that presently we cannot accept donations of books or magazines as we already have very large stocks and storage space is limited.

 

Remembering us in your will

Click here if you are considering leaving money or possessions to the Museum in your Will

 

Gift Aid it!

If you are a UK taxpayer and eligible to Gift Aid your donation, please complete the declaration.  This will increase your donation by 25p for every £1 donated at NO extra cost to you or us.

Gift Aid it!
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