Our Bridge 'drop in' Centre is open daily for the Armed Forces Community - Veterans, service leavers, ex-serving personnel, widows, dependants, reservists and their families
Dignitary Visit to BFH

The Bridge for Heroes was delighted to host the High Sheriff of Norfolk, Mr David McLeavy Hill Esq DL and the Mayor or King's Lynn and West Norfolk, Cllr Lesley Bainbridge, as part of a fact finding visit to the Charity and the services that we deliver.

Passing of John Parsons

It is with deep sadness and sorrow that The Bridge for Heroes has lost one of our dear beneficiaries, John Parsons, who passed away On 28th November 2022.  John's funeral took place at Mintlyn Crematorium on 14th December,

TPR Winter Series

On 27th November 22, Mark and Karl took part in The Pedal Revolution's first of three 'Winter Series' cycling challenges. Departing and finishing at Whittlington Country Park in Norwich, they rode 25-miles through glorious Norfolk Countryside on a cold, but dry day.  A cycling Sportive is not a race but a mass participation event.  The next event takes place on the 18th December starting and finishing at the same venue.  If you would like to join in, then just contact a member of staff; we would love to hear from you.

Remembrance Sunday

There was a fantastic turnout on Sunday 13th November at the King's Lynn Cenotaph in Tower Gardens for Remembrance Sunday. The Bridge for Heroes laid a wreath and Mark Howard, a veteran of The Life Guards and one of our beneficiaries, was chosen to lay a wreath on behalf of The Live and Let Live Public House

Warm Spaces

The Bridge for Heroes is offering HM Armed Forces Veterans and close family members a warm, safe space at both The Bridge Centre and Nelson House Activity Centre throughout the winter that can help reduce those dreaded fuel bills!



The Bridge for Heroes
52a South Clough Lane
King’s Lynn
PE30 1SE


01553 760230

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