Welcome to the Bridge Centre
. . . . is a welcoming drop-in centre for the whole community offering friendly support for all, in partnership with others, at Boulevard URC, Hyson Green. We are opposite Hyson Green Post Office in the lower floor of the United Reformed Church.
The Forest Tram stop and FREE park+ride is a short walk away along Gregory Boulevard. We are on the L12 bus route, and near L14 and 80 stops on Radford Road. We have disability friendly entrances, and a lift to all levels.
There is no Car Park, but small free car park areas are nearby on Terrace Street, Hawksley Road, and between Selhurst and Randal Streets, or free parking by the filling station at Hyson Green Asda.
- we are proud to be known for the warm welcome people find at the Bridge Centre; The Café - with places to sit and chat - serves refreshments and light meals at affordable prices; children and babies can come along with their parents and carers - there is a specially equipped children's play area. We have a special Lunch menu each week. The regular Menu is here (To be added)
We have a children's play area stocked with a variety of toys where your children can play while you meet and eat.
We run a newly refurbished community shop where we sell good quality second hand clothing, toys and bric‑a‑brac - all at affordable prices;
The shop is normally open during Bridge Centre Hours.
The Bridge Centre is open on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays from 10.30 am to 2.00 pm apart from a couple of weeks in August, and a couple of weeks over Christmas. Just pop in - we are looking forward to meeting you.
Hyson Green is one of the 88 most deprived areas in the country - with high unemployment and poverty levels. The members of Boulevard United Reformed Church saw the need in the area around them and the Bridge Centre was the church's response: a bridge between the church and the community! The Bridge Centre is located in the basement of the church; Opened in July 1991 after three year's planning by church leaders; Boulevard URC is a church with a small membership, but almost every member helps with the running of the drop-in centre; The centre would not be able to continue without the commitment of the volunteers from church and wider community.
The Bridge Centre is grateful for grants from East Midlands Synod of the United Reformed Church and . . .