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More Help For Forces Thanks to New Museum

More Help For Forces Thanks to New Museum

Published by KLFM
8:34am 1st July 2013.

It's hoped school trips to a brand new museum in West Norfolk could secure the future of a King's Lynn Charity that helps current and former Soldiers and Airmen.

Bridge for Heroes helps treat Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, which can affect those who have seen or experienced things in warzones.  It can lead to depression, alcoholism, and the charity says they have helped those at serious risk of suicide.

The new museum shows people what it's like to go through D-Day, walk around a Middle Eastern Village, or live in a trench in the First World War.

Michael Taylor is the charity's CEO and says that all schools are welcome and they are happy to let children in for free if they take part in fundraising events for the charity.

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