Rhinos back epic charity challenge

Going the distance! New partnership between Leeds Rhinos Foundation and Brathay launches with an epic charity challenge. Find out more here!Read more

Our work in the Community: how we help young people and families

We asked our Head of Community Provision, Jenni MacDuff, what our work in the community actually involves. Find out what she has to say here.Read more

Accessing funding for management training in the community and voluntary sector has never been easier

From 2017, Brathay is offering three new apprenticeship programmes tailored to the Community and Voluntary sector, all eligible for funding from the Apprenticeship Levy structure.Read more

Our Approach to Learning: why you can't 'do' change to young people

We asked our Head of Research Lucy Maynard about our approach to learning and how it helps support young people's well-being. Find out what she has to say here.Read more

Fantastic Archive Footage of 1950s Brathay Recovered

A fantastic vintage film created in 1953 entitled 'Holiday Adventure, Brathay Hall is Strenuous but Exciting' has been recovered and restored. The film showcases an early Brathay course, the one week Holidays with Purpose.Read more

Lauren finds renewed confidence with new hospice support project

Sheffield girl Lauren Houghton is learning to cope with long term family illness and bereavement thanks to a unique charity partnership funded by businesses. A gap in support for pre-teens and teenagers, identified by St Luke’s Hospice, Sheffield, is now being catered for through a unique collaboration with us.Read more

Selfies for Brathay

We need selfies for our impact report. Send us yours and be in with the chance of winning a £25 iTunes or Amazon voucher.Read more

Find out how your group can book a stay in our fantastic Lake District centres

For many students, their residential trip to the Lake District is a highlight of their school career and has a major impact on their personal development, their relationships and their outlook. We believe in developing the potential of all young people and that ethos lies at the heart of the experience we provide - each visit aims to be significant, memorable and life changing.Read more

Business raises an ‘oar-some’ amount

Twenty-two staff from global surveillance business Synectrics rowed an ‘oar-some’ 38km - the length of three Lake District lakes in under 12hrs to raise £6,150.72 for us at Brathay Trust.Read more