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General Administrator

Bristol Mind is looking for an enthusiastic, committed General Administrator with at least 2 years administrative and IT experience. The candidate should also have excellent verbal and written communication skills. The post is part-time (26 hours per week, Monday-Thursday, 09:00-16:30)… Read more

Bucket collection at Ashton Gate Stadium

On Friday 19 April a team of volunteers staged a bucket collection for Mind at Ashton Gate stadium prior to the Bristol City V Reading match. The collection was one of many taking place at football grounds across the country… Read more

Fundraising and Networking Coordinator

We are delighted to announce that we are looking for a Fundraising and Networking Coordinator to join the team at Bristol Mind. This is a new post and its purpose is to develop and implement a cost effective fundraising strategy,… Read more

Rosie Nash – Four Days Marches, Netherlands

We continue to be wonderfully surprised at the physical extremes that our supporters will go to in order to raise awareness of Bristol Mind’s aims and mission. Second year UWE Mental Health Nursing student, Rosie Nash, got in contact with… Read more


Evelyn is a deeply personal documentary from the Academy Award winning team behind The White Helmets (2016) and Virunga (2014). The film follows the story of a family overcoming the unthinkable. On a walking odyssey across the United Kingdom, they… Read more

27 Miles for Mind

Third year University of Bristol Psychology (with Innovation) students, Ellie and Elena, will be taking part in the ‘twenty-seven27’ challenge set by national Mind in March 2019. The aim of this event is to raise awareness in solidarity with the… Read more

A Half a Month (update #1)

We reported last month that one of our supporters, Dan Spencer, was taking on an incredible fundraising challenge this year – running a half marathon in every month of 2019 – to raise money for Bristol Mind, and we’re back… Read more

Relevant Person’s Paid Representative (DoLS)

Bristol Mind is looking to recruit a Relevant Person’s Paid Representative as part of our IMCA – Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards (DoLS) service. This is a busy and very interesting role where the successful candidate will spend a lot of… Read more

Charity Poetry Evening

On Thursday 22 November, Glenside Hospital Museum and Milk Poetry hosted a charity poetry evening to raise money for Bristol Mind. The aim of the evening was to use poetry to explore mental health in keeping with the museum’s ethos… Read more