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Work with us: Clinical Administrator

Do you have a track record of good administration work?Do you have excellent communications skills?Is your attention to detail strong?Are you able to balance a compassionate approach with the need to maintain professional boundaries with clients and colleagues?Do you want to make a difference to people in Bristol facing death, dying and bereavement? IF YES,…

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Bereavement Group flyers

We are proud to hold Bereavement Groups for people living with Grief. Groups offer you the freedom to communicate your experience honestly and sensitively with others, with a view to processing your experience of loss, change and grief. We have produced some flyers for sharing our Bereavement Group information – and hope that you enjoy…

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Work with us: Organisation and Premises Administrator

Change to the Job Description: 6/11/20We have updated the Job Description to include Line Management as this role will line manage two members of the admin team Do you have experience of managing digital systems and processes (eg. Office 365)?Are you passionate about how IT and digital services can enable people to do the best…

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The University of Bristol’s Covid-19 SME Internship Scheme

Kat shares her experience of working as our Fundraising and Communications Intern During Lockdown This blog post was originally published by the University of Bristol Careers Service and has been reproduced with permission. Kat Baxter, who is currently our Volunteer Social Media Officer, spent much of lockdown working as an intern at The Harbour. I…

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Work with us: Fundraising and Communications Officer Job

We are looking for a talented, passionate communicator who can engage people from a wide range of backgrounds with our cause, and inspire them to donate. You will ideally have some experience of both communications and individual fundraising, and you will be passionate about communicating clearly and effectively in a range of formats. We are…

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Muslim Grief at The Good Grief Festival

We are all looking forward to The Good Grief Festival at the end of October. Initially planned as a ‘traditional’ conference in early 2020, it is now an online conference running from 30th October to 1st November. The range of workshops, talks and connections is fantastic. Have a look at the programme on the Good…

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Life-threatening Illness Diagnosis

Our Chair, Phillipa Bayley, is facilitating what looks like it will be a fascinating session at The Good Grief Festival about Life-threatening Illness Diagnosis. This Grief School panel discussion brings research experts together with people experiencing grief following a life-threatening illness diagnosis, to talk about this very unique form of grief.The discussion will be facilitated…

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The Harbour Bereavement Group welcomes new clients

A New Group For People Facing Bereavement in Bristol The Harbour Bereavement Therapy Group invites people affected by loss to come together to speak openly and honestly about the realities of their grief. We provide a safe, confidential space where individuals can share their experiences with others who have also lost someone close to them…

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The Harbour on BBC Radio Bristol

Earlier this morning our CEO Sam Thomas spoke with Emma Britton from the BBC Radio Bristol Breakfast Show. https://twitter.com/HarbourBristol/status/1281453182556741633 Emma invited Sam to talk about The Harbour, and the services we provide to people who face death, dying and bereavement in Bristol. She also wanted to hear more about the generous donation of £10,000 we…

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A big Thank You to our funders

Covid-19 has presented The Harbour with some unanticipated challenges, further highlighting the need for our service supporting people facing death, dying and bereavement. Thank you to the following funders who have helped us successfully navigate the challenges, we are most grateful for your support at this time: John James Bristol FoundationThe Quartet Community Foundation and…

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Covid-19 Statement from Sam Thomas, CEO The Harbour

Sam Thomas, CEO at The Harbour, has written the following statement about how the charity is responding to the COVID-19 outbreak. “The global COVID-19 pandemic came with little warning. On a global and local level, all of us are struggling to come to terms with what it means from a psychological, physical and economic perspective….

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