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(December - January 2018/19)

Shipdham Knitters raided £226.15 for The Bridge for Heroes. The money came from a craft stall and Christmas Tree Festival which were both held at All Saints Church in 2018. One of the knitting groups husband, Mr Sykes built a wooden bridge for displaying their knitted artifacts at their fundraising event. He decided to copy The Bridge for Heroes logo design and made an amazing 3D wooden bridge.

Shipdham

 

After the event members of the Shipdham knitters decided to offer the bridge to the charity instead of putting it in a cupboard. Two members of Shipdham Knitters visited the Bridge Centre where they formally donated the bridge and money raised to Sharron and Mike. We are currently displaying the bridge in the centre along side the knitted dolls, but have a few other ideas of how to use it over the year.

(November 2018)
Rosie the newest recruit to the Guardian Troop stole the shoe at Dereham on Friday 9th November with her soulful expression and fetching good looks, sporting shayla's re-purposed dog coat. Rosie would like to thank Roy for supporting and petting her all day.

Anne unceasing ability to produce preserves and craft work proved very popular even through it was a chilly November day. Over £250 was raised on the day between the stall and Mark & Jons fundraising endevours.
We are looking forward to repeating the event in the warmer months next year.

(November 2018)

The word seems to be getting out to the wider world as both SSAFA and BFBS have visited us to find out first-hand what we are all about. BFBS will be sharing our story online. Whilst SSAFA look to continue to strengthen our partnership in working together to help our beneficiaries.

(November 2018)

Members of The Bridge for Heroes were in multiple locations across the country to commemorate the 100th Anniversary of the Armistice. This included King's Lynn, Tydd Gote and Fort Williamson.

(November 2018)

The Guardian Troop have continues to fund raise across East Anglia raising £ 5,178. Even though the weather has started to turn we are still continuing to receive great support from the general public.

Gordon and Mark attempted being the first men on Mars in a space tree.

We don't believe this will give you any flying time towards you pilot's licence..

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Latest News

(December - January 2018/19)

Shipdham Knitters raided £226.15 for The Bridge for Heroes. The money came from a craft stall and Christmas Tree Festival which were both held at All Saints Church in 2018. One of the knitting groups husband, Mr Sykes built a wooden bridge for displaying their knitted artifacts at their fundraising event. He decided to copy The Bridge for Heroes logo design and made an amazing 3D wooden bridge.

Shipdham

 

After the event members of the Shipdham knitters decided to offer the bridge to the charity instead of putting it in a cupboard. Two members of Shipdham Knitters visited the Bridge Centre where they formally donated the bridge and money raised to Sharron and Mike. We are currently displaying the bridge in the centre along side the knitted dolls, but have a few other ideas of how to use it over the year.

(November 2018)
Rosie the newest recruit to the Guardian Troop stole the shoe at Dereham on Friday 9th November with her soulful expression and fetching good looks, sporting shayla's re-purposed dog coat. Rosie would like to thank Roy for supporting and petting her all day.

Anne unceasing ability to produce preserves and craft work proved very popular even through it was a chilly November day. Over £250 was raised on the day between the stall and Mark & Jons fundraising endevours.
We are looking forward to repeating the event in the warmer months next year.

(November 2018)

The word seems to be getting out to the wider world as both SSAFA and BFBS have visited us to find out first-hand what we are all about. BFBS will be sharing our story online. Whilst SSAFA look to continue to strengthen our partnership in working together to help our beneficiaries.

(November 2018)

Members of The Bridge for Heroes were in multiple locations across the country to commemorate the 100th Anniversary of the Armistice. This included King's Lynn, Tydd Gote and Fort Williamson.

(November 2018)

The Guardian Troop have continues to fund raise across East Anglia raising £ 5,178. Even though the weather has started to turn we are still continuing to receive great support from the general public.

Gordon and Mark attempted being the first men on Mars in a space tree.

We don't believe this will give you any flying time towards you pilot's licence..

Subscribe Here..