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.

Reflective start to my day

01/06/2018

Our finance director, Heather Dixon, reflects on her life, how she came to work at Brathay and why she does what she does.Find Out more

Remembing influential filmmaker, Christopher Mylne

16/05/2018

Someone associated with the Brathay Exploration Group in its early days passed away recently - our Archivist looks back on his influence on Brathay film-making.Find Out more

It’s all about wellbeing

14/05/2018

At the start of Mental Health Awareness Week we look at the links to wellbeing, which lies at the heart of our work with young people.Find Out more

Heartbreak and hope

08/05/2018

As many of you know, one of our two fundraising runners in the London Marathon this year didn’t make it to the end. Find Out more

Families First: It saved us as a family

21/03/2018

Julia takes a look at our Families First project in Bradford and one case in particular that really highlights how effective the project can be.Find Out more

Top 10 things to do around Ambleside this Spring

12/02/2018

After moving to Kendal in 2004 our Client Relationship Executive, John Smale, has explored most of what’s on offer in the area and here are some of his and his families’ favourites to do this Spring around Ambleside, the Lake District...Find Out more

Life at Brathay long ago

24/01/2018

Maurice, from our archive, shares some quotes from customers’ contributions to the 1960's course magazine: BRATHAY NEWSFind Out more

Supporting the development of emerging talent

09/01/2018

Our Head of Business Development, Gary Tully, tells us about his time supporting the Leeds Uni Leaders in Residence meeting.Find Out more

What makes a #BrilliantResidential – bottling fairy dust…

04/01/2018

What makes a residential so special? Our Research Operations Manager, Helen, takes a look and explains how we promote wellbeing though our residential programmes.Find Out more

Wellbeing – leaving the shame game behind

02/01/2018

Guest writer Jacqui Sjenitzer, a trained coach, psychologist and Certified Daring Way™ Facilitator, discusses wellbeing, and how childhood shame messages affect the way adults subsequently live, lead and work.Find Out more