Brathay Blog

Catch up on what the Brathay team are up to, and their thoughts on a range of subjects relating to our work with children and young people, our research activities and fundraising.

Climbing Loughrigg Another Way


Our Chief Executive, Godfrey Owen, spends the day with a PAYES group as they climb to the summit of Loughrigg in pouring rain to celebrate Another Waynwright Day.Find Out more

More Musings From Maurice


When our visiting archivist Maurice Dybeck comes to stay with us at Brathay he finds plenty going on to remind him of bygone days. Find Out more

Making Memories


Brathay residentials bring new challenges and experiences into young people's lives that they are likely to remember forever.Find Out more

Remembering Ioan Thomas


We take a moment to remember a prominent member from the early days of the Brathay Exploration Group, Ioan Thomas.Find Out more

Wellbeing in the Workplace


Chief Executive, Godfrey Owen, commissioned a staff wide survey to uncover how employees really feel about wellbeing at the moment, and specifically what everyone thinks about working at Brathay.Find Out more

Every picture tells a thousand words!


A photograph from 40 years ago shows that camaraderie and support for one another have always prevailed at Brathay. Find Out more

Some food for thought from our visiting archivist


Some interesting food for thought from our archivist Maurice DybeckFind Out more

Why we’re really digging support from businesses


Like many other charities, we are expected to do more with less. However, HBP Cumbria have gone the extra several miles with their amazing generosity...Find Out more

Brathay Explore are off to Bonnie Scotland


Would you like to take part in an inspirational, life-changing expedition to Scotland? Join us on our next outdoor adventure, boldly crossing the borders to explore the Great Glen.Find Out more

How donations in memory of Matt are helping young people


How we’re using the funds raised in Matt Campbell's memory since the launch of the 3.7 programme in September 2018, to improve the resilience of young people at risk of poor mental health. Find Out more