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Latest News

(May 2019)
 
Work continues on our Reflective Garden with hundreds of passers-by enjoying its colour and fragrance. The benches are now much more invitingand used far more frequently. Thank you very much to Roni and Jon for thier donation of some more flowers and keeping the garden weed free. Also a big thank you to Gerald and Lynsey for painting the fencing and plant boxes.
 
During the warmer weather the warmer weather the garden eill need regularly watering, so please feel free to grab the hose and give the graden a good soaking.
 
Please only water the flowers once the sun is setting/rising or genrally when the tempreture has dropped as we dont want to burn the plants!
 

(May 2019)

Richard ran a fun packed reminiscing session on Thursday 9th May having those in attendance in stitches. He demonstrated how 'quickly' he could get out of a standard British military issue sleeping bag. T

here was also the opportunity to try on RAF G suit (anti-g suit) is a flight suit worn by aviators who are subject to high levels of acceleration force. It is designed to prevent a black-out and g-induced loss of consciousness caused by the blood pooling in the lower part of the body when under acceleration, thus depriving the brain of blood.

(May 2019)

Anne is offering to Knit full nativity sets, by order only, of only £30.00 per set. ( RRP £50.00 ). If you would like it ready for Christmas please put your order in by 31st July. No orders will be take after this date.

For enquiries please contact us via the Contact Us page.

(May 2019)

During Mental Health Awareness week Steve and Siobhan went to RAF Marham's Health & Well-being Day promoting the work of The Bridge for Heroes, networking ans strengthening our connections with other organisations in the local area.

(March 2019)

On the 25th March Christine & Peter Howard's family held their annual bingo for The Bridge for Heroes at the Narborough Community Centre. There were hundreds of brilliant prizes to be won through 'lines and full houses' as well as a fast moving raffle.

Over all £1,018.30 which was very impressive as there were three other bingo events running on the same night in the area.

Christine organise's the Bingo nights on a regular basis for a variety of charities. This is the third year she and her dedicated team have raised money for The Bridge for Heroes. So far they have donated a total of £3,586.40!

Over the last four years Mark Howard, their son, has been fundraising individually through his hand cycle challenges and with The Bridge for Heroes fundraisers, the 'Guardian Troop' helping to raise thousands of pounds to help run the Bridge Centre and support homeless veterans.

Mark does not let his limited mobility stop him from pushing himself to the limits. He is currently looking at new ideas and challenges which don't involve too much red tape!

If you see him out and about on his hand cycle give him a toot of support!!

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Latest News

(May 2019)
 
Work continues on our Reflective Garden with hundreds of passers-by enjoying its colour and fragrance. The benches are now much more invitingand used far more frequently. Thank you very much to Roni and Jon for thier donation of some more flowers and keeping the garden weed free. Also a big thank you to Gerald and Lynsey for painting the fencing and plant boxes.
 
During the warmer weather the warmer weather the garden eill need regularly watering, so please feel free to grab the hose and give the graden a good soaking.
 
Please only water the flowers once the sun is setting/rising or genrally when the tempreture has dropped as we dont want to burn the plants!
 

(May 2019)

Richard ran a fun packed reminiscing session on Thursday 9th May having those in attendance in stitches. He demonstrated how 'quickly' he could get out of a standard British military issue sleeping bag. T

here was also the opportunity to try on RAF G suit (anti-g suit) is a flight suit worn by aviators who are subject to high levels of acceleration force. It is designed to prevent a black-out and g-induced loss of consciousness caused by the blood pooling in the lower part of the body when under acceleration, thus depriving the brain of blood.

(May 2019)

Anne is offering to Knit full nativity sets, by order only, of only £30.00 per set. ( RRP £50.00 ). If you would like it ready for Christmas please put your order in by 31st July. No orders will be take after this date.

For enquiries please contact us via the Contact Us page.

(May 2019)

During Mental Health Awareness week Steve and Siobhan went to RAF Marham's Health & Well-being Day promoting the work of The Bridge for Heroes, networking ans strengthening our connections with other organisations in the local area.

(March 2019)

On the 25th March Christine & Peter Howard's family held their annual bingo for The Bridge for Heroes at the Narborough Community Centre. There were hundreds of brilliant prizes to be won through 'lines and full houses' as well as a fast moving raffle.

Over all £1,018.30 which was very impressive as there were three other bingo events running on the same night in the area.

Christine organise's the Bingo nights on a regular basis for a variety of charities. This is the third year she and her dedicated team have raised money for The Bridge for Heroes. So far they have donated a total of £3,586.40!

Over the last four years Mark Howard, their son, has been fundraising individually through his hand cycle challenges and with The Bridge for Heroes fundraisers, the 'Guardian Troop' helping to raise thousands of pounds to help run the Bridge Centre and support homeless veterans.

Mark does not let his limited mobility stop him from pushing himself to the limits. He is currently looking at new ideas and challenges which don't involve too much red tape!

If you see him out and about on his hand cycle give him a toot of support!!

Subscribe Here..