With an opening address from our founder, Jill Brown, and several confirmed speakers working in psychotherapy, healthcare, philosophy and chaplaincy, The Harbour’s 25th Anniversary Conference will be a day of great enrichment for those working with life-threatening illness, dying and loss. Tickets are now available: for more information please click here.
We’d like to say a big thank you to all our runners in yesterday’s Bristol 10K – pictured here outside our offices after the run. The team have now raised over £2,000 which is an amazing achievement – and it’s not too late to sponsor them if you haven’t already: https://www.justgiving.com/campaigns/charity/the-harbour/harbour25
This Sunday a team of staff and supporters from The Harbour will run the Bristol 10K to raise money for our work. It’s not too late to sponsor them if haven’t already: https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/BristolHarbour. If you’re in Bristol on Sunday then look out for us and please give us a cheer!
We are delighted to have been chosen as Bristol Management Centre’s charity of the year for 2017! We will be working with them throughout the year to raise funds and awareness of our services. Thanks for the support BMC and we look forward to working with you over the year!
We are delighted to be the beneficiaries of the latest Small Stories event which takes place on Sunday 11th September at The Lantern in Colston Hall. Small Stories are a Bristol-based group of performers who are passionate about giving a platform to people and causes, giving them a voice and offering an opportunity for them[…]
Jason Victory starts his Coast to Coast walk today in support of The Harbour. Over the next two weeks Jason will walk over 180 miles over The Lakes, Dales and Moors, raising money for The Harbour in the process. If you’d like to show your support you can donate and leave a message here: https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/Jason-Victory.[…]
Yesterday we visited ‘death: the human experience’, an exhibition currently running at Bristol Museum, it is about the most universal of experiences that we will encounter. Including hundreds of incredibly diverse objects – from a Ghanaian fantasy coffin to a Victorian mourning dress – it reveals captivating stories from cultures across the world, from the[…]
These therapy groups are for people who have a life threatening illness, or are a carer. Group therapy meets a different need to a support group and as far as we know, there are no other organisations offering this, in the U.K. Many of those attending have cancer and the Harbour one year group for[…]