Welcome to the BNTVA
The British Nuclear Testing Programme ran between 1952 and 1967, it was the largest Tri-Service operation since the D-Day landings. Over 20,000 servicemen participated in the Weapons Tests. The development of these superweapons bought the United Kingdoms place at the world superpower table.
Our story is presented in schools and colleges, at meetings of interested groups (Probus and Rotary), Internationally through the Nuclear Survivor Community and Academia.
This research drives our Educational aim reducing uncertainty and anguish within the Nuclear Community, Informing wider society to identify areas where help and policy can be developed to enhance wellbeing and reduce suffering.
The lessons of the Nuclear Community are not just applicable to that community they have impact across any group of people who may have suffered genetic damage from nuclear or chemical contaminant either directly or through inheritance.
With the introduction of the Aged Veterans Fund the BNTVA has been able to create the Nuclear Community Charity Fund which is delivering a wide portfolio of projects benefiting our Nuclear Community not least the Care & Wellbeing Fund which provides goods and services to community members to ease suffering and increase wellbeing.
The latest edition of the magazine (Spring 2018) is now available to all subscribed members of BNTVA. To get your copy email [email protected] for a membership form.
If you want to get your story or article in the next issue of Campaign send it to the editor.
To submit your story email [email protected]
The magazine is published quarterly by BNTVA and distributed in house by the Trustees.