Community Projects

We combat social isolation and deprivation. We offer fun, food and friendship. We work with children and young people, with parents and with seniors. See our latest newsletter for the most up-to-date information. Explore our projects below, and please feel free to contact us for more information.

Guisborough Community Luncheon Club

Each Wednesday we serve a three course lunch to the elderly members of our community. It’s a chance to socialise and have a tasty, home-cooked meal.

Music and Memories

All people living with Dementia and their Carers are most welcome to come along to enjoy fun, fellowship and respite with light refreshment and a musical hour.

Community Shop

Our Community Shop has a very positive atmosphere: we have plenty of fresh things for free and after paying £3 customers leave with around 10 non-perishable items.

Bridge 2 Youth

This is our Youth group on Friday nights during
term-time. We welcome young people from 11-18 at Guisborough Evangelical Church for social time, games, crafts and food.

Soup and Roll

At Guisborough Methodist Church every Thursday morning – come along and try our homemade soup and cakes.

Bridge 2 Parents

Bridge2Parents is a support group for parents of children with additional needs.

Food Stop

Food Stop is a Guisborough Bridge food bank project; our response to the increasingly challenging financial situation facing individuals in our community.

Time 2 Move

Instructor-led chair exercise for those who are
rehabilitating and those where movement is restricted set to lively music!

Bridge 2 Sow&Grow

Our newest project! Still in its early stages, this provides opportunities to grow items for the community shop, as well as promoting health and wellbeing.

Monday Friends

Come along on a Monday morning to Sunnyfield House for a cuppa and a chat. Meet new people or catch up with your friends.

Fun and Food 4 All & Holiday Clubs

Fun and Food 4 All are sessions that provide crafts, games and fun for the whole

Prayer Breakfast

Meeting most months to pray for the work of The Bridge, aiming to maintain our links with local churches by rotating around who will host and lead.