Melbourn Armed Forces and Veterans Breakfast Club

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Melbourn Armed Forces and Veterans Breakfast Club provides a safe, friendly and informal place for past and serving members of the Armed Forces to feel a sense of belonging and enjoy breakfast together.

This activity is good for wellbeing because

  • it can give back the feeling of belonging that veterans lose when they leave the Armed Forces;
  • it provides camaraderie and friendship with people who have had similar experiences;
  • you can find the help and support needed specific to people who have served or are serving in the military.

“The breakfast club is a chance to discover like-minded serving and veteran colleagues who have trained with the same type of discipline that makes us who we are, and allows us all to understand the problems that armed conflict causes on our minds and bodies; meeting together at breakfast clubs gives us that release by talking about our experiences that only the armed forces will truly understand.”

How to contact

Where to go

The Dolphin
105 High Street
Melbourn
Royston
SG8 6AP
UK

What to expect

Held on the first Sunday of the month between 10am and 12 noon, the Armed Forces & Veterans Breakfast Club in Melbourn is a great way for serving and veteran members of the armed forces to get together, support each other and share a laugh or two. Since its launch, around 30 people regularly attend.

More information

The Breakfast Club in Melbourn is organised by Cath Sharman. If you want to have a chat with her before coming along, then you can call or email.

No need to book, just turn up. The venue is wheelchair accessible and there’s a free car park just outside.

To find other Armed Forces & Veterans Breakfast Clubs, take a look here.

Armed Forces & Veterans Breakfast Clubs are open to any past and serving member of HM Forces and their immediate family members. It is free to join, there is no subscription or other fees. To keep up to date with AFVBC news and events fill out the form here.

Attendees pay for their own breakfast but there’s unlimited tea and coffee. However, if you need assistance with this please talk to Cath.

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