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Attacking a garden built by Norfolk veterans

bridge for heroes in king's lynn

Published by Grace Mcgachy at 6:00am 16th February 2019.

Attacking a garden built by Norfolk veterans.

It left King's Lynn residents angry and disgusted.

Bridge for Heroes was damaged earlier this week.

Bridge for heroes garden


Police were seen outside the charity on South Clough Lane on Monday morning (11th Feb).

Officers told KLFM that plants were damaged in the incident and a sign was ripped.

Chief Executive and founder of Bridge for Heroes Mike Taylor told KLFM it's 'mindless violence.'

Police van bridge for heroes

"Everybody is doing their best to make Lynn a nicer place to live, and then somebody does this is.

They've just done this, probably without thought.

This garden is there to give everybody that hope, we use it as a reflection for some of our guys if they're really in an upset state.

And to see it like this just gets you angry.

Especially as it's something that was built by the community for the community."


Bridge for heroes garden



Police are appealing for witnesses.

Anyone with any information should call 101.

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