There were also many elderly people who felt isolated and unsupported. The volunteers decided to widen the project – and Bridges Community Centre came into being.
Bridges was initially based in a small church hall in Monmouth, but soon outgrew it and, ironically, moved into the disused canteen of the factory that had closed. As the number of supporters grew, so did their vision ... their reach ... the range of work ... and the number of people they were helping.
Bridges became a charity, staff were appointed, and its community development work touched the lives of more and more people in Monmouth.
Finally, after many years of hard work and determination to fundraise for and renovate the beautiful Grade II* listed building, Drybridge House and its modern annexe, it moved into this new home in 2003.
on site facilitiesWedding Licence
off site facilitiesPlaces of Interest, Walking
equipmentFax, Internet Connection Cable, Computer Equipment, Flipcharts, Lectern, Wi-Fi
- M50 JCT 4 (10.8 miles)
- M48 JCT 2 (13.2 miles)
- M50 JCT 3 (13.6 miles)
nearest train station
- Lydney (10.6 miles)
- Chepstow (11.9 miles)
- Abergavenny (12.2 miles)
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