We're lucky to be supported by 19 Ambassadors, who help the charity to raise the profile of osteoporosis.
British actor known for his roles in the TV series Game of Thrones and Sharpe as well as Hollywood films such as The Lord of the Rings, The Patriot and Goldeneye, in which he played 006.
Dr Miriam Stoppard
Medical doctor who champions women's health issues as well as writing advice columns for the national press.
British ballet dancer, spending 20 years with The Royal Ballet. She has also presented a number of BBC TV programmes, including The Dancer's Body.
British actress who has starred in numerous popular TV series, including Butterflies, Nanny and more recently The Royal.
Peter is the founder and Chairman of CMC Markets with headquarter offices in the City as well as operations in 24 other countries. The Peter Cruddas Foundation is a major benefactor to a range of charities including the National Osteoporosis Society.
British actress who has starred in popular TV cop series The Bill.
Susan Hampshire CBE
British actress of stage and screen, she has starred in series such as The Forsythe Saga and Monarch of the Glen.
Welsh actress who has starred in many TV programmes, including the popular Liver Birds and The District Nurse.
Felicity Ann Kendal, CBE
An English actress, working in television and theatre. She has appeared in numerous stage and screen roles over a 45-year career
British actor who is well-known for his role in popular BBC soap EastEnders as well as other TV work such as Ultimate Force and Extras.
TV and radio presenter who fronted popular science programme Tomorrow's World.
Craig Revel Horwood
Craig has been working with the charity for several years. He co-created our bone healthy dance 'Boogie for Your Bones' and was Mr September in our Really Naked Calendar. He led the charity on the Bone Factor Tour, when we visited schools to improve understanding of the need for building strong bones from a young age.
Fitness expert who is well-known to breakfast TV audiences for her energetic routines which got Britain on the move before going to work.
Dame Barbara Windsor
Much loved British actress whose career has spanned many years. Well-known for the series of Carry On films, the BBC soap EastEnders. She led the runners through their warm-up before our 10K Orange Appeal race through Hyde Park.
Miriam Margolyes, OBE
Miriam hopes that by her talking about her journey with the condition she can become a ‘cheering influence’ to others in a similar situation. She admits that the diagnosis was rather tiresome and she didn’t take it too seriously, even refusing to take her initial medication. Following a stern talking to by her doctor she is now on a weekly prescription to keep her bones as strong as possible - good news for her legions of fans across the world.
Lynn Faulds Wood
Campaigning journalist who has written on health and consumer issues for national UK press as well as presenting numerous TV programmes.
Diana Moran is TV’s original fitness guru as The Green Goddess with the BBC and is an all-round television and radio personality with a career that has embraced success in many areas. She was the first person to launch Breakfast Television in the UK and her successful career as a fitness guru has spanned four decades.
Cath Kidston, MBE
Cath founded Cath Kidston Ltd in 1993, building from a small home store in London’s Notting Hill, developing it into the influential and highly recognised global brand it is today. There are more than 60 stores across the UK and over 200 stores across Asia, Europe and the Middle East as well as a global online business.
Liz Earle, MBE
Liz Earle MBE, is a wellbeing entrepreneur, TV presenter and No.1 bestselling author of over 35 books on health, beauty and wellbeing. Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Liz Earle Wellbeing magazine (published internationally by Hearst), she's passionate about better bone health.