News articles or press releases
Relate Gloucestershire and Swindon in the media:
Money is the top strain on relationships especially for couples with children according to a new report from Relate Gloucestershire Swindon... Relate Gloucestershire and Swindon discuss the greatest pressures on couple relationships. Swindon Link Magazine; 24th March 2017.
Relate Gloucestershire and Swindon offers tips for moving on from loneliness as new report finds 1 in 8 have no close friends... Our latest report You're Not Alone finds that loneliness is increasingly, especially within the younger generation. Swindon Link Magazine; 1st March 2017.
Couple's with disabled children struggle to find time for 'date nights' research shows... Further coverage of our The Way We Are Now Under Pressure report, sponsored by Mencap, discusses the additional pressures placed on parents who have a child with a learning disability. Gloucestershire Echo; 12th February 2017
Relate Gloucestershire and Swindon calls for increased support for parents and offers guidanceRelate Gloucestershire and Swindon discuss the new Under Pressure report (The Way We Are Now) which finds that there are additional pressures on the relationship of parents who have a child with a learning disability. Swindon Link Magazine; 8th February 2017.
How to protect your family from a breakdown this Christmas... Relate Gloucestershire and Swindon discuss the usual increase of calls to Relate's services in January (and September) providing tips on what to look out for. Wilts Glos Standard; 10th December 2016.
Is your relationship forever? The answer could be in your Christmas gift... Kimberley Wall from Relate Swindon offers from tips on how to use the Christmas gifts to decode the quality of your relationship.. although your reaction could also say more than the gift itself. Swindon Link, 24th November 2016.
Workers put jobs before family, study says Further coverage on the new The Way We Are Now survey 2016 and what Relate Gloucestershire and Swindon can offer to employers. Swindon Advertiser, 27th October 2016.
Relate Gloucestershire and Swindon calls for employers to offer flexible working and relationship support The new The Way We Are Now survey 2016 and what that means for our workplace relationships. Swindon Link, 26th October 2016.
Relate Swindon can help through your Radio Information regarding Relate Gloucestershire and Swindon's agony aunt feature on Swindon 105.5fm. Swindon Link Issue 412 Sept 2016 Page 7
Six tips to relieve pressure put on families in the summer holidays Kimberley Wall, Relate Gloucestershire and Swindon's Service Development Manager discusses the new NSPCC findings that pressure on families increase over the summer holidays and gives tips on reducing stress. Gloucestershire Echo; 5th August 2016.
Fancy running the London Marathon? Relate Gloucestershire and Swindon looking for a local runner to take their guaranteed charity place and raise funds for families at 'breaking point'. Gloucester News Centre; 14th July.
Relate Swindon releases tips on how to reconnect with your dad this Father's Day. Relate Gloucestershire and Swindon discuss ways of strengthening parent-child relationships. Swindon Link Magazine; 15th June 2016.
Gloucestershire Woman of the Year Awards 2016: Finalists Revealed. Relate Gloucestershire and Swindon's CEO Ellaine Cameron announced as a Finalist. Gloucestershire Citizen; 11th May 2016.
Mental Health Awareness Week in Gloucestershire and Swindon. Relate and Gloucestershire's Service Development Manager Kimberley Wall discussing the significance of relationship support during mental health challenges. Gloucestershire News Centre; 3rd May 2016.
Free relationship advice on offer for Royal Navy and Royal Marinne personnel. Relate Gloucestershire and Swindon now offering free relationship counselling funded by the RNRMC. Swindon Advertiser; 5th April 2016.
Talking can break down barriers Interview with Ellaine Cameron Relate Gloucestershire and Swindon CEO. Swindon Advertiser/This is Wiltshire; 16th February 2016.
Relate Gloucestershire and Swindon Arrival of a new baby; “The greatest thing you can do for your children is to love your partner.” Small Steps; 12th February 2016
Pluck up the courage and declare your love this Valentine's Day say relationship experts Relate Gloucestershire and Swindon providing single red roses in Cheltenham and Swindon on Valentine's Day. This is Wiltshire; 10th February 2016.
Are you the couple that inspired Relate Gloucestershire and Swindon's 'Be a Braveheart' campaign? Gloucester News Centre 8th February; 2016.
Be a Braveheart this Valentine's Day Relate Gloucestershire and Swindon's new Valentine's campaign encouraging secret admirers to be courageous. Gloucester News Centre; 5th February 2016.
Relate braced for influx of calls from Gloucestershire couples with relationship issues in the New Year. Gloucestershire Echo; 27th Dec 2016.
Readers Letter; Help is on hand for relationships Christmas can put strain on relationships. Relate Gloucestershire and Swindon are here to help. Wilts Glos Standard; 26th December 2015.
Good news for love in the over 50s We are delighted to announce discounted counselling sessions for the over 50s in Cheltenham. Cheltenham Standard; 21st May 2015 Radio Gloucestershire; 20th May 2015
Relate's things to consider before having a second child The decision to have your first child is arguably the biggest commmitment you'll ever make, but choosing when to have your second can be equally daunting. Gloucestershire Echo; 29th April 2015
Relate Gloucestershire and Swindon calls for relationships to be put at heart of local NHS RGS campaigning that more people in Gloucestershire and Swindon living with long term health conditions can access relationship support. Gazette Series; 1st April 2015.
Relate Gloucestershire and Swindon tips to help relationships blossom this Mother's Day. What our relationships are like with our Mums in the South of England with tips on how to strengthen them. Stroud News & Journal; 11th March 2015.
Red Nose Day: Gloucestershire Project funded by Comic Relief. Relate Gloucestershire and Swindon's Young Survivors Project and it's local progress. Gloucester News Centre; 27th February 2015.
5 ways your relationship can survive Valentine's Day on a budget. Relate Gloucestershire tips on how to make a partner feel special without breaking the bank. Swindon Advertiser; 6th February 2015.
Relate Gloucestershire and Swindon Chairman wins Volunteer of the Year Award. Judith Case wins local GAVCA award for her work with the charity. GAVCA; 17th November 2014.
Relate Gloucestershire and Swindon Chairman wins Relate Hero Award; Judith Case wins national award for her work with the charity. Swindon Advertiser; 14th November 2014.
The Way We Are Now: Relate Gloucestershire and Swindon discuss national survey on relationships. Western Telegraph; 19th August 2014.
How happy are you with your friendships, relationship and sex life? Gloucestershire Echo; 15th August 2014.
Before Saying I Do: Relate Gloucestershire and Swindon tips before getting married. Stroud News and Journal; 30th July 2014.
Helping Families Stay Cool as Tensions Soar in Summer Holidays. This is Wiltshire; 28th July 2014.
Relate Gloucestershire and Swindon recieve £10,000 to pilot new service. The Big Lottery award Relate Gloucestershire and Swindon money to fund Beyond Domestic Abuse project. This is Wiltshire; 30th May 2014.
Tips for Separated Parents on Mothers Day. Gloucestershire Citizen; 28th March 2014.
Helping Mum feel Special on a Budget. FlicWiltshire; 12th March 2014.
Gloucestershire Women in Business Award Finalists Revealed. Relate Gloucestershire and Swindon Service Manager Kimberley Wall is a finalist in the Contribution to the Community category. The Business, The Citizen and Gloucestershire Echo; 14th February 2014.
Celebrity Big Brother. Relate Gloucestershire and Swindon discusses how the hit TV show can remind us of our own relationships. The Citizen; 27th January 2014.
News Years Resolution; Stopping the Cycle of Abuse in 2014. Relate Gloucestershire and Swindon awarded £33,000 from Comic Relief to fund Young Survivors Project. Cotswold News; 20th December 2013.