The incredibly generous Glencairn Consulting is sponsoring Team Beacon for the third year running to help us raise as much money as possible for our services supporting people living with HIV. As we celebrate 30 years of the The Grand Brighton Half Marathon, our sponsor has some extra special treats for Team Beacon.
Over 40,000 people took part in the London Marathon this weekend, including 4 courageous runners who went that extra mile by fundraising for The Sussex Beacon to help us continue providing specialist care for people living with HIV. One runner who took on this iconic race was Craig Baines. Craig dreamt of running the London Marathon, and finally achieved his dream on Sunday after years of hard work.
This one day workshop will provide both theoretical and practical training on the delivery of clinical supervision in health care settings.It will be a fun and engaging day using a variety of learning methods, predominantly aimed at new supervisors but also as a refresher for more experienced supervisors.
Last week, we had the honour of speaking to M who visited the Sussex Beacon as an inpatient earlier this year. M has since returned to his home in East Sussex, however reached out to us for a chance for others living with HIV to hear his story and what the Sussex Beacon now means for him.
We are looking for experienced motivated volunteer therapists to join our friendly and expanding volunteer team. The Sussex Beacon provides specialist care and support for clients who are HIV positive and have a range of other physical and psychological problems.
The Sussex Beacon Relay returns for another year at The Grand Brighton Half Marathon, to raise vital funds for our services providing specialist care and support for people living with HIV.