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Please donate to our crowdfunding appeal

We are delighted to have launched our crowdfunding appeal, which aims to raise £3,000 between now and November 25th 2017. Every £1 raised during the appeal will be matched by our friends at Comic Relief, so there’s never been a better time to donate and double the impact of your support! The appeal will raise[…]

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25 years of Being Alive to Death

Saturday 14th October saw us celebrate our 25th anniversary in style with our conference ‘On Being Alive to Death’.  Supported by the Brigstow Institute at the University of Bristol, over 80 delegates were present to hear a fascinating range of speakers from The Harbour and elsewhere, all talking about the theme of working with people[…]

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Good Luck Rosie!

This weekend Rosie Clayton is taking part in one of the toughest challenge events out there – the Ironman Triathlon. Rosie will swim 2.4 miles, cycle 112 miles, before finishing with the small matter of a 26.2 mile run – an astonishing feat of endurance. So far Rosie has raised almost £1,500 for The Harbour,[…]

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The Harbour Conference: 14th October 2017

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. 


Congratulations to Team Harbour!

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:


Good luck Team Harbour!

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: If you’re in Bristol on Sunday then look out for us and please give us a cheer!