(All Overseas beacons including the Commonwealth Realms and UK Overseas Territories will light their beacons at 10pm local time)
The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) Beacons.
The Royal Agricultural Benevolent Institution (R.A.B.I), along with farms, Stately Homes and Private Estates, English Heritage and the National Trust etc.
Beacons coordinated by the Marine Society and Sea Cadets, Air Training Corps, Army Cadets and Combined Cadet Forces, along with the Scout Association, Girl Guiding UK and Boys Brigade.
The Beacons along Hadrians Wall, coordinated by Hadrians Wall Heritage Ltd.
Local Authorities including Borough, District, Unitary, Metropolitan, City, County, Town, Parish and Community Councils. Societies, Associations and Committees
Beacons linked with Churches of all denominations, Cathedrals, The Salvation Army and the Shri Venkateswara (Balaji) Temple of the United Kingdom.
The Channel Islands and the Isle of Man.
Commissioners of Irish Lights, Trinity House and Northern Lighthouse Board.
All other charities, organisations and individuals etc, including hospitals, clubs, pubs, Lions, Round Table and Rotary Clubs, Masonic Lodges, Caravan Club, Trinity House, commercial companies, Private Households and others etc.
The Four Peaks -
Ben Nevis - Scotland (Help for Heroes),
Mount Snowdon - Wales (Walking with the Wounded)
Scafell Pike - England (Cancer Research UK)
Slieve Donard - Northern Ireland (Fields of Life)
Her Majesty The Queen will light the National Beacon at a central location in London, following the BBC Concert that night.