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One of our team supporting a local Kings Lynn veteran to take control of the grass. Paula found herself stuck in the middle and managed to take control of the elephant grass. We still have teams of volunteers out supporting while observing social distancing and wearing protective equipment, even on a hot day.





The Bridge for Heroes won second prize in the Norfolk Day Celebration photo competition. 

Entered into the Norfolk Community Foundation’s photo competition.

They said, "I’m delighted to let you know that the Bridge for Heroes’ image has been awarded second place – many congratulations!"

Teas and coffees are always on offer at the Bridge Centre with biscuits or sometimes cake, as well as a variety of fruit depending on the season.
During the winter months’ hot lunch time meals continue to be served by Sharon and her team including a variety of soups, savoury snacks, pizzas, pies and pastries, shepherd’s pie and meat platter! On a monthly basis a Saturday Veteran’s English breakfasts are provided – eggs, bacon, sausages, black pudding, beans, tomatoes – the works!
If you are eating at the Bridge, please make us aware of any allergies or intolerances you may have.
  • Visit to Terrington Cubs Thank you to Terrington St John Cubs for allowing The Bridge for Heroes to discuss our important work for beneficiaries and why we do it.  They engaged ectremely well and really enjoyed handling the deactivated weapons
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  • Walk Round Britain The Bridge for Heroes was delighted to meet Daniel McNeil today at the Bridge Centre as he continues his walk around Britain in aid of SSAFA. We are genuinely in awe of this amazing feat of endurance and we wish…
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