About us

The Bridge Project is a unique, creative social enterprise. Being food-focused, we enable those living in Sudbury and surrounding areas to live well.

The Bridge Project was set up in 1995 as a local charity, to assist disadvantaged adults within the community. To this day, we are dedicated to providing a safe, nurturing environment to support those living with dementia, learning disabilities and those experiencing mental health issues. Through our meaningful work, we create opportunities for personal development and building friendships.

Our ethos is to work together and bring people together. As a result, our café on Gainsborough Street is a hub of creativity and inclusivity – open to all. Our talented kitchen team produce fresh, delicious snacks, lunches and afternoon teas using locally sourced, Suffolk ingredients.

The Bridge Project provides and maintains a series of social activities, a hot meal delivery service and creative workshops for all ages. For local businesses we have meeting rooms for hire and a catering service available if required. Support groups for those living with dementia and their carers are open to residents in Sudbury and the surrounding areas.

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Food

Enjoy a freshly cooked, locally sourced lunch or a homemade sweet treat.

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Social

Join in on our social events or activity sessions – we welcome all.

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Creative

Ready to unleash your artistic side? Nurture it with us at The Bridge.

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Support

A warm, welcoming and supportive environment, committed to the community.

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