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Latest News

(March 2019)

Reminiscing sessions are held at the Bridge on a regular basis. Some are formally organised with set topics and artifacts and others led by general topics of conversation or based around items and artifacts brought in by beneficiaries.

These sessions are often very illuminating and there are always different things to talk about; stories to share and experiences to impart.

Do you have military or 'civvy' items that means something to you? Bring it in and share your story with others.

(February 2019)


Since acquiring the land a lot of hard work has gone into the development and maintenance of The Bridges garden and the work is on-going. The new benches look wonderful and everyone can agree that they are a lot more comfortable on our bottoms!

Many of our volunteers/ members enjoy the maintenance work and there are always new skills to be learned. March is just around the corner and with it comes beautiful spring weather. We will soon see the garden thrive in the warmer weather. If you have a green thumb or a general interest with the display please feel free to contribute in the upkeep of our garden.

(February 2019)
It has been suggested to the charity that we could create a display in the museum dedicated to D-DAY as on the 6/12/19 will mark the 75th Anniversary off Operation Overlord.

If you have a keen interest of the Second World War or have an eye for detail you could really help to revamp our exhibition!

Perhaps you even have some family stories or even artifacts relating to D-DAY which would be an asst to our museum?

(February 2019)

A big welcome to our newest member Mick Farley who has joined The Bridge for Heroes Team as the Welfare Manager.
Mick has lived in the Norfolk area for the last 20 years gaining a wide range of experience working in the fields of mental health and welfare support.

Mick is a big sports fan and coaches a local football team in his spare time.

Mick is fitting in brilliantly and is a fantastic listener if you ever need a chat

(December - January 2018/19)

During December 2018 the Guardian Troop broke all previous fundraising records by raising over £ 2,303 in Norwich in just one day! This brought the total in December (another record!) to a staggering £12,500. Over £100 more thank last December.

The fundraising included a joint fundraising day at the Bridge with our unique Craft fair and fundraising during late night shopping leading up to Christmas. Mulled wine and mince pies were offered to Christmas shoppers.
January also had an exceptional month of fundraising reaching £6,800!

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Latest News

(March 2019)

Reminiscing sessions are held at the Bridge on a regular basis. Some are formally organised with set topics and artifacts and others led by general topics of conversation or based around items and artifacts brought in by beneficiaries.

These sessions are often very illuminating and there are always different things to talk about; stories to share and experiences to impart.

Do you have military or 'civvy' items that means something to you? Bring it in and share your story with others.

(February 2019)


Since acquiring the land a lot of hard work has gone into the development and maintenance of The Bridges garden and the work is on-going. The new benches look wonderful and everyone can agree that they are a lot more comfortable on our bottoms!

Many of our volunteers/ members enjoy the maintenance work and there are always new skills to be learned. March is just around the corner and with it comes beautiful spring weather. We will soon see the garden thrive in the warmer weather. If you have a green thumb or a general interest with the display please feel free to contribute in the upkeep of our garden.

(February 2019)
It has been suggested to the charity that we could create a display in the museum dedicated to D-DAY as on the 6/12/19 will mark the 75th Anniversary off Operation Overlord.

If you have a keen interest of the Second World War or have an eye for detail you could really help to revamp our exhibition!

Perhaps you even have some family stories or even artifacts relating to D-DAY which would be an asst to our museum?

(February 2019)

A big welcome to our newest member Mick Farley who has joined The Bridge for Heroes Team as the Welfare Manager.
Mick has lived in the Norfolk area for the last 20 years gaining a wide range of experience working in the fields of mental health and welfare support.

Mick is a big sports fan and coaches a local football team in his spare time.

Mick is fitting in brilliantly and is a fantastic listener if you ever need a chat

(December - January 2018/19)

During December 2018 the Guardian Troop broke all previous fundraising records by raising over £ 2,303 in Norwich in just one day! This brought the total in December (another record!) to a staggering £12,500. Over £100 more thank last December.

The fundraising included a joint fundraising day at the Bridge with our unique Craft fair and fundraising during late night shopping leading up to Christmas. Mulled wine and mince pies were offered to Christmas shoppers.
January also had an exceptional month of fundraising reaching £6,800!

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