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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.
 

Shipdham Knitters raised £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 artefacts at their fundraising event. He decided to copy the bridge for Heroes logo design and made an amazing 3D wooden bridge. After the event members of the Shipdham Knitters decided to offer the bridge to the Charity instead of putting it away in a cupboard. Two members of Shipdham Knitters visited the Bridge Centre where they donated the bridge and money to Sharon and Mike. We are currently using the bridge to display some of our knitted dolls, but have a few other ideas of how to use it over the year.

The Bridge for Heroes was established in September 2010 by Mike and Helen Taylor with the aim of delivering direct and immediate support to the HM Armed Forces community, veterans and their families.

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Local Community Centre Bingo raises £1100;  

 

New Range double cooker

SKF Cooper Roller Bearings purchased a new double range cooker to support the Healthy Living and Veterans Breakfasts.  The old cooker had come to its send after being in use for three years.

BFBS Big Salute

The charity received £4500 from the BFBS Big Salute, this has been allocated to Project Shield the charities Armed Forces Homeless Project.  A big thank you to BFBS and all those that helped them raise these much needed funds.

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.
 

Shipdham Knitters raised £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 artefacts at their fundraising event. He decided to copy the bridge for Heroes logo design and made an amazing 3D wooden bridge. After the event members of the Shipdham Knitters decided to offer the bridge to the Charity instead of putting it away in a cupboard. Two members of Shipdham Knitters visited the Bridge Centre where they donated the bridge and money to Sharon and Mike. We are currently using the bridge to display some of our knitted dolls, but have a few other ideas of how to use it over the year.

The Bridge for Heroes was established in September 2010 by Mike and Helen Taylor with the aim of delivering direct and immediate support to the HM Armed Forces community, veterans and their families.