otrbristol | 30th January 2015

Off the Record’s 50th anniversary bash!

This year, Off the Record (Bristol) is celebrating its 50th anniversary. That means that for 50 years, we have been providing free, confidential, self-referral mental health support to young people across Bristol.

We’re very proud that Off the Record continues to support so many young people through various mental health issues, such as depression, anxiety and anger. We can justifiably claim to be one of the longest-running charities of its kind in the UK. This needs celebrating – and this is where you come in!

We’re having a shin-dig to celebrate what we have all achieved together. Whilst we may be a relatively small charity, there are lots of people who contribute tirelessly to make Off the Record the brilliant support system that it is. Over the last 50 years, staff, volunteers, counsellors, donors, trustees and partners have all enabled Off the Record to make a massively positive impact on young people’s lives.

In April, we plan to host a bash to say thank you to all those who have allowed us to thrive, and reflect on the work that we do. Many things have changed in the last 50 years, not least what it is to be a young person, but we have remained in place to help and support young people when they need it the most. Come along and celebrate with us!

Here are the details:

Date: Friday 17th April 2015

Time: 7 – 11pm

Location: The Lantern Room, Colston Hall, Colston Street, Bristol, BS1 5AR

Entrance will be through the ‘old’ Colston Hall doors and a free drink will be available on arrival.

RSVP (for catering purposes) by 5pm Wednesday 1st April to Liam Balloch on