The Bridge Advice Centre


e.g. Form-filling or creating a good CV for job applications, worries about personal safety or to report anti-social behaviour.

Perhaps you need help understanding modern technology - we provide computer lessons every Tuesday morning. For more information see Computer Lessons page. Some people are struggling with difficulties financially, and supporting them is crucial especially during times of recession. Alongside this help, the spiritual and personal, friendly one-to-one contact reinforces self esteem & self worth, giving people hope; hope to find a way out and see an end to the 

The Bridge Advice Centre is open on Tues & Wed 9.30am - 12.00, and the aim is to provide an opportunity for people to call in for advice on any issue......
We offer free & confidential help

Alternatively, many people drop in for great cups of coffee, monthly meals, (enquire within) or simply friendly conversation! All coffee is Fair Trade

The Bridge Advice Centre cafe

For financial/debt advice only click The BAC - Financial Advice page. We are open every Tuesday & Wednesday between 9.30am - 12.00 noon. BAC (financial) is affiliated to The Frontline Project

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Funding is always welcome, and will be used to sustain and improve the FREE services we offer.

The Bridge Advice Centre is a Bridge Church initiative and both are non-profit charity organisations - Reg Charity nos 1085253/1037606

problem, hope to get back on their feet, hope to face things with others alongside, hope for a positive future.

We were privileged to received a cheque from Waitrose, Havant in 2010 as part of their ‘Waitrose Community Matters’, and in 2012 The Southern Co-operative awarded funding from their ‘Community Projects’ campaign. “The ‘Lion’s Club’ also contributed money enabling us to install new entrance doors giving disabled access.

Paul Dennison receiving the cheque from the Manager, Waitrose, Havant

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NB The Bridge Advice Centre was formerly incorporated within ‘Pride of Place’ (PoP)

John Pitt, receiving a cheque from the Southern Co-operative