02 07 2018
In his own words … ‘David Cahill is a 60 year old, overweight, grandfather. What kind of crazy guy is he to want to cycle 180 Km (120 miles) in a day, up and down hills – the highest of which is 860 feet above sea level and goes all the way from seaside up a 9% gradient – to the very top.
Well, he is doing it for Network training and counselling (https://network.org.uk/) cos his wife is a trustee. Network provides low cost counselling to people all over Bristol. Please support him in this crazy endeavour. ‘
26 06 2018
Congratulations to Martin van Eker one of our counsellors who on Friday 18th May completed the 182 mile walk of Offa’s Dyke. Martin has so far collected over £2,000 for Network Counselling.
To read more visit his blog https://martinsoffasdyke2.blogspot.com/
If you have an idea for a sponsored event that could follow in Martin’s footsteps – and it doesn’t have to be walking then please do let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org
08 06 2018
Monday 4th June saw the launch of The Listening Ear Project, a place where people can come, talk, offload in a safe place with a trained volunteer and, where appropriate, be signposted to appropriate agencies and charities.
The Listening Ear Project was developed by Revd Lizzie Gregory and Anne Duke of Network Counselling and Training. Read more about the project here.
07 02 2018
Are you interested in a career in counselling? Why not come along to one of our Open Evenings, see our new premises and find out more? An Open Evening for the Advanced Certificate course will be held on Tuesday 6th March and the Diploma course on Thursday 15th March, starting at 7.30pm. Contact the Training Department to find out more.
01 11 2017
Anne Duke with Elizabeth Gregory, Rector at St Peters Church, Filton, being presented with a cheque for £2,000 from the Andrews Charitable Trust to set up and run a listening project. Network will be supporting the church and delivering Listening Training for ‘Listening Ear volunteers’ in February 2018.
24 10 2017
Every vote counts. So why not register or log-in to vote for our project at the Aviva Community Fund and help us raise up to £10,000 by winning.
16 10 2017
A great evening of good company, a great curry, dancing, a quiz and plenty of nostalgia with great music supplied by Malcolm. Overall we raised £800 which will be split between Network Counselling and Training and Bristol Hospitality Network who cooked for us.
‘When can we do this again?’ was what most people asked … well we hope to do something similar once we have moved into our new premises in Elm Park, Filton early in 2018 so watch this space.