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    Merger Announcement by the Trustees of Spacious Places and The Bridge Project

    5th May 2021 by Gabriel Stoltz

    Innovative charities The Bridge Project and Spacious Places will merge with effect from 30th June 2021. The merger is the…

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    Bridge featured in the Northern Life magazine. Helping to transform the lives of the most vulnerable.

    17th March 2021 by Gabriel Stoltz

    Bridging the Gap - Northern Life Magazine March 2021

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    1,000 COVID Deaths in Bradford – a message from Bridge

    27th January 2021 by Gabriel Stoltz

    It is with sadness that we pass the milestone of 1,000 COVID deaths in Bradford and our profound sympathies go…

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    We are delighted to have featured in the latest issue of Northern Life Magazine, in a piece highlighting the work we have done over the last four decades in helping transform the lives of the most vulnerable 💚The article “Bridging the Gap” also shines a light on the way we have adapted and diversified our services during the coronavirus pandemic, reaching pockets of society who have become even more isolated, and potentially vulnerable, as a direct result of the restrictions.One of the ways we are currently helping the wider community in Bradford is through the telephone befriending service, set up to support anyone in the Bradford District who has felt cut off and isolated due to Covid-19. This certainly wouldn’t have been possible without our amazing and courageous staff and volunteers, who we also take this opportunity to celebrate.You can read the full article here...⬇ you are interested in learning more about The Bridge Project, or would like to give something back by volunteering some of your time to one of our many projects, please visit or call 01274 952 200.#bradford #TeamBradford #CommunitiesCan ... See MoreSee Less

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    Sadly, today we have passed the milestone of 1,000 #COVID19 deaths in the #Bradford district. In respect to those who have passed, their loved ones, and all those who continue to battle the virus, please continue to follow government guidelines by staying at home and remembering this very clear message:🧼👏 Hands🤧😷 Face🧍‍↔️🧍 SpaceAs our local NHS and Voluntary & Community Sector work hard to roll out vaccinations across our communities, we must continue to show the same level of resilience that we have shown throughout the pandemic.Courageous individuals from across the district have stepped up to volunteer in the face of this national emergency, supporting organisations within the health, social care and voluntary sectors. It has been heartwarming to see the many acts of kindness and examples of neighbour helping neighbour. in such times of adversity.Volunteers will continue to play a vital part in our recovery from COVID and are now needed more than ever. If you would like to help your community by volunteering your time as a Telephone Befriender to someone who is lonely and isolated, then please contact 01274 952200 to find out how. ... See MoreSee Less

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    Will you join us in supporting the #NoChildCold campaign this winter?❄️ During this lockdown, we are predicted to experience one of the coldest winters in 30 years. 🏠 21,000 children in Bradford district are living in homes where affording the extra heating is difficult. Residents, businesses, faith groups and the voluntary sector across #Bradford have come together to pledge that “No Child Will Be Cold” as a result of this lockdown. You can help us make a difference to the lives of children in our district by making a donation. If you are able to make even a small contribution, then please support us now. Donations will be used to give grants through Citizens Advice Bureau to families. For referral, families need to contact school, food banks or the advice agencies.You can show your support ⬇️ ... See MoreSee Less

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    Meet the team

    Senior Management

    Jon Royle

    Chief Executive

    Jon has worked in the substance misuse sector for 25 years as a volunteer, researcher, therapist and manager.

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    Martin Brook

    Director of Finance and Support Services

    Martin has been working at Bridge for nearly 10 years and has worked in finance and premises roles in the voluntary sector for nearly 25 years.

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    Tracey Hogan

    Director of Operations

    Tracey has 27 years experience within the substance misuse field and has held practitioner, management, clinical standards directorship and operational directorship roles.

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    Sally Black

    Director of Human Resources

    Sally is an accomplished Human Resources Consultant and Interim Manager with Executive Director experience in the health and social care sector.

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