Since 2014, BtG have been working to improve facilities and support for teenagers and young adults who are receiving care at Nobles Hospital. BtG is delighted to announce that Organic Construction Ltd are to begin work building what has become known as the 'Pod' on 25th June 2018! We are extre ...Read More
Monday 22nd January 2018 - The BtG funded youth workers started work at Nobles. Just a few hours a week to begin with, while we get the service up & running but a huge step in offering support to teenagers & young people with complex, chronic and life threatening medical conditions.Read More
January 2018 - Update on our biggest goal - the BtG Hospital Based Youth Worker & Pod at Nobles Hospital (further information in previous press release below) BtG is delighted that the wording for the 'Memorandum of Understanding' for the 'Youth Worker Project and Pod' has been agreed ...Read More
Dr. John C. Taylor O.B.E. kindly opened his home last week for a unique fund raising evening 'The Excitement of Time'. Guests enjoyed Dr. Taylor's wonderful hospitality and had the opportunity to see the amazing architecture of Arragon Mooar, while also viewing part of Dr. Taylor's extensive cl ...Read More
We had a very successful day at Tynwald Fair, making lots of new contacts and raising a fantastic amount of £380.00! Many thanks to everyone who had a go on the Super Mario Game and Treasure Map, there's still a few squares to be sold on the map and so we'll take it to St Mark's Village Fair on ...Read More
Since 2014, BtG has been working on a project to provide a hospital-based youth worker at Noble's Hospital. When BtG first approached Noble’s Hospital and the Youth Service with the proposition of funding this project, we had hoped that a room could be found within Noble’s, which could be equ ...Read More
BtG is delighted to have been chosen to receive support from Zurich International Life. Pictured here is Fiona Barker of BtG receiving a generous donation of £1,200 from from Clive Baker, CEO of Zurich in the Isle of Man. Many thanks to all involved!Read More
Many thanks to John Riley and everyone from the Christmas Choir at St Matthews Church , what a lovely concert, followed by mulled wine and mince pies & raising a fantastic amount of £825 in donations for Bridge the Gap!Read More
Pictured at Greens Restaurant, St Johns, Fiona Barker and Stuart Lambie from Bridge the Gap were delighted to receive a fantastic donation from the St Johns Produce Show Chairperson Sue Staley, Secretary John Kneen and Treasurer Geoff Bell. The show raised the amaz ...Read More
Thanks to a fantastic donation from Inter Continental Management, three more trolleys have been presented to staff at Noble's Hospital for the use of teenagers and young people receiving long term or regular treatment in adult wards. Two of the trolleys will be used on the main hospital and the t ...Read More
BtG was invited to the Peel Charity Shop coffee morning on Friday and we are delighted to have been presented with a cheque for £2,500!
It is amazing that so many local charities benefit from their hard work, thank you so much to all involved.
Many thanks to Neal and John who cycled up Mont Ventoux, said to be the hardest stage of The Tour de France on 16th September 2016 - all to raise funds for Bridge the Gap. The sponsorship money has almost all been collected but it's not too late to show your support on their just giving page w ...Read More
BtG is delighted to have received a very generous donation of £1,500 from Nedworth Private Bank. At the suggestion of one of our young patients, these funds will be used to provide a wall mounted, smart TV with sons system,and bluetooth headphones for use in the planned BtG POD at Nobles Hospita ...Read More
Jill Crossley of BtG receiving a cheque for £5000 from the Inter Continental Management Charitable Trust from from Director Chris Allix (left) and committee member Robert Wilkinson (right). This generous donation will be used to fund and equip BtG Trolleys, which will be used by teenagers and ...Read More