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activities-main-buttonBridges, the heart of your community

From tiny tots to dancing grans, at Bridges there's something for everyone.

 

Classes, activities, Lottery funded projects, office and studio space, rent-a-desk, tea rooms, venue and room hire, functions and weddings, exhibitions, volunteering opportunities, charity hub.

 

Lottery funded projects: Community Connections ; Building Bridges ; Monmouth Social Circles. 


Charity hub: Monmouth Alzheimer's Society ; Home-Start Monmouthshire  ; Monmouth People First. 

 

 

  • Bridges is 30 this year. If you can help our Bridges 30 Appeal we would love to hear from you!

    As a charity we have to generate our own income and so we launched the Bridges 30 Appeal. We aim to raise £30,000: a thousand pounds for each year that we have existed to help take Bridges forward for another 30 years.

    If Bridges matters to you please consider helping us!
     
 

 


 

  • Community Connections Coffee morning
  • Feed Station frenzy

  • Staff at defibrillator briefing 
  • Tea Dance Agincourt  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Our Next Events

Sat Aug 30 @ 8:00PM - 11:00PM
Ghost Hunting
Sat Sep 06 @ 2:00PM - 05:00PM
Open Doors 2014
Sun Sep 07 @ 2:00PM - 05:00PM
Open Doors 2014

Latest News

  • July Newsletter

    Keeping you posted with Bridges latest news and events Click here

  • New defibrillator at Bridges

    Staff at defibrillator briefing

    We've just had a briefing on our new *PUBLIC ACCESS* defibrillator.

    This is a life-saving device so please share this information to let our community know there is one held locally.

    Thank you to paramedic Carl Powell for giving us the do's and do not's!

  • Fred Weston: our Champion Sportive!
    Fred Feed StationFred's gallant effort will go down in Bridges history

    It was soon apparent to those staffing the feed station on Saturday that it was a very serious business with some extremely fit riders coming through for a refreshment break - indeed many were so intent on reaching the finishing line that they didn't even bother to stop. We waited and waited for our gallant Fred ...... and eventually, just as the feed station was packing up, he came limping in, absolutely exhausted from his exertions but totally determined to complete the course.

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