Free courses this Autumn for people affected by cancer
8 August 2023
We're offering our popular short courses WHYbemindful and WHYoutdoors this Autumn - helping people affected by cancer to make friends and learn new strategies to make life easier, when circumstances have made it difficult
We Hear You launches package of support for employers
22 June 2021
Our new WHYinwork service puts our expertise and knowledge of the impact of a life threatening diagnosis on working life to use through training, consultancy, EAP counselling and wellbeing days for teams
Nature connection for people living with and beyond cancer
11 March 2021
Our WHYoutdoors courses have been so popular and we're delighted to be hosting two further courses this spring in Bath and Evercreech. If you're living with and beyond cancer and you'd like to find out more, get in touch.
And she's off! To celebrate a decade of fundraising brilliance and mark the tenth anniversary of losing her mum Shirley, the inspiration for all that she does, Rachel Clark is inviting the community to join her once again in 2021.
We're delighted to be hosting a free taster session of the amazing dance project Move Dance Feel on 5th March. This programme has been running in Bristol in partnership with Penny Brohn UK with great success and we're hoping this session will be the first of many.
WHY launches Nordic walking course for people recovering from cancer
20 August 2019
If you''re recovering from cancer or a life threatening condition, our new Nordic walking course could be a great way to boost your fitness and your mood and meet people who have been through a similar experience.
Cancer counselling charity We Hear You (WHY) are celebrating the success of their Jump into June fundraising campaign, which raised more than £19,500 for their free professional counselling service for people affected by a life threatening condition.
Couldn't think of a more deserving nominee! Rachel Clark, the woman behind the 24-hour rowing relay world record attempt in June, is up for a Pride of Britain Awards. If successful in the regional heat, she will attend the national final, screened live on ITV in November.
The Sangha House takes on Somerset Three Peaks and raises £700 for WHY
7 August 2018
We Hear You thanks Taunton''s The Sangha House for raising £700 for We Hear You. Members of the centre''s Restart diet and exercise programme climbed West Quantoxhead, Cheddar Gorge and Dunkery Beacon on one of the hottest days of the year!
World record attempt hangs in the balance - can you help?
15 May 2018
The team behind June’s rowathon world record attempt in aid of We Hear You are appealing for local people to sign up as stewards and witnesses for the event on 2nd and 3rd June. Without a full team of support staff, the challenge cannot go ahead.
Join us and support the amazing team making this incredible World Record attempt - to climb the furthest distance up a 10 metre ladder in 8 hours! The record is currently 4.5 times the height of Everest!
The total raised during March was an incredible £22,606.00 This will fund over 510 sessions of counselling for people affected by cancer or other life threatening conditions who live in the local area.
New cancer supporters therapy group starts in Frome
16 March 2017
We Hear You is offering a 12 week therapy group for individuals who are supporting others affected by cancer or life threatening conditions. Funded by Macmillan Cancer Support the new service will run in Frome.
We Hear You has launched a new counselling service in Bradford on Avon & is looking to local businesses & community for their support to help reach their fundraising target to make this a permanent venture.
Two supporters of We Hear You have headed to China to to undertake a trek across the Great Wall of China in aid of the charity, raising over £7000 so far. Find out how you can follow their progress here.
A new report published by We Hear You this month shows that its pilot online counselling service, funded by Awards for All, has been a huge success. The service has so far delivered over 150 sessions, supporting 15 individuals.
Deputy Mayor of Frome, Councillor Al O''Kane, will be skydiving on 1st October to help raise awareness of the importance of providing emotional support for people with cancer and other life threatening illness.
We Hear You has re-opened it’s hugely successful pop-up shop The Good Gallery on a more permanent basis on Stony Street. All the commission from sales go to We Hear You, helping us to provide a free, professional counselling service.
We've a new name! The new We Hear You name and brand is designed to state more clearly what we are here to do. We want those who need our support to recognise that We Hear You is the place to come for emotional support.