Not quite a White Christmas


This weekend, a thousand runners tackled a festive 10K Christmas Pudding Run in the Great Langdale Valley, organised for the first time in it's 30 year existence by us.Find Out more

The lasting impact of childhood field trips to the Lake District


A survey of people who have visited our Low Bank Ground and Hinning House centres in the Lake District received an amazing response, with enthusiastic stories of life-changing experiences.Find Out more

Mark Wolfson MP OBE, former Chair of Brathay Trust - an obituary


Our tribute to Mark Wolfson OBE, Principal of Brathay from 1962 - 1965, who went on to become a valued Trustee and long-serving Chair of Trustees.Find Out more

Young filmmakers' creation dedicated to our Young Minds Matter Appeal


A short film by two 16-year-olds has premiered at a special screening of the 22nd Kendal Mountain Film Festival and is dedicated to our Young Minds Matter appeal.Find Out more

Hundreds of runners take on the hilliest road marathon in the UK


The 30th Langdale Road Races, run by us, got off to a flying start on 20th October with over 600 runners taking on the hilliest road marathon and half marathon in the UK.Find Out more

3.7 resilience programme launch honours Matt Campbell


Our 3.7 programme, which supports young people's resilience, launched at Kirkbie Kendal School on the 10th of October. The programme will use the money donated in memory of Matt Campbell, following his death at the London Marathon earlier in the year.Find Out more

PCC continues funding to protect young people at risk of sexual exploitation


Police and Crime Commissioner Peter McCall will be announcing three years of further support for our Cumbria wide ‘Be SAVY’ (Be Safe and Value Yourself) project. Find Out more

Events to create brighter future for Barrow’s youngsters


Next week we are holding three events at Project John on Cavendish Street, Barrow to bring people together to tackle the issues facing the borough’s youngsters.Find Out more

Wheelie great news – two more bikes for our bike appeal


Our Buy a Bike appeal for Hinning House has been boosted by a £506 donation from the Atherton and Tyldesley Sports Association (ATSA). So we are ‘wheelie’ pleased.Find Out more

Funding given for accessible accommodation


Funding from St. James’s Place Charitable Foundation is to provide a fully accessible bedroom in our Old Brathay accommodation at Brathay Hall.Find Out more