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Lincolnshire

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Welcome to the Lincolnshire Branch

We help veterans and their families in the local community and we rely on public donations to continue our work. Our commitment is to provide support with experienced, non-judgemental and friendly advice, as well as a variety of practical services which cover a range of social, family and financial issues.

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Local branch contact details

Opening times

Monday, Wednesday, Friday 0930-1230 (Please leave a message if our phone is not answered)

Contact Details

Email: Lincolnshire.Branch@ssafa.org.uk

Phone: 0115 957 3289

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Latest

  • 2019 SSAFA LINCOLNSHIRE DROP-IN CLINIC AT CLEETHORPES 2018

    The 2nd Wednesday of each month, 1100-1430, Location: The Knoll (Opposite Ross Castle), Knoll Street, Cleethorpes, N.E. Lincolnshire, DN35 8LN

    If you need help with: Social Isolation, Debt, Relationship Breakdown, Self-Care,
    Housing, Addiction, Loneliness, Financial Hardship, Mental Wellbeing, Employment, Benefits, Transition

    Please don’t suffer in silence, drop in and let SSAFA help!

  • GRIMSBY TOWN FOOTBALL CLUB AND SSAFA JOIN FORCES

    Grimsby Town Football Club and SSAFA Join Forces

    We are delighted to announce that for the next two seasons, the Grimsby & Cleethorpes division of SSAFA will be the official charity for Grimsby Town Football club. Stadium Manager of GTFC said that he was "delighted" to team up with SSAFA for the seasons ahead: "we are delighted to partner up with SSAFA, especially as November the 11th marks 100 years of the end of the first world war". Find out more about what SSAFA are doing to commemorate WW1 100 and stay updated on arrival of new stories, from the relatives of WW1 participants. There will be a host of designated fixtures acknowledging SSAFA, throughout this season. Regular information will follow so make sure you keep in touch with the SSAFA Lincolnshire page. For more information about the partnership click here.

  • FRANKLIN COLLEGE BAKE SALE RAISES MONEY FOR SSAFA

    Raising money for Grimsby & Cleethorpes Division

    A student-run bake sale at Franklin College in Grimsby has raised £51.07 for the Grimsby & Cleethorpes Division of SSAFA, the Armed Forces charity.

    The event, held by Ebony Allen, a student at Franklin College also sold raffle tickets to win several prizes including tickets to a GTFC match and a signed GTFC ball and shirt. The exciting prizes were all kindly donated by GTFC.

    Ebony Allen, Public Service student at Franklin College, said:

    “I chose to support SSAFA as I believe that the Armed Forces don’t get enough respect and when they need support there is not many places to turn to. I find it amazing that SSAFA is there to help and support the Armed Forces when they need it the most.”

    The money raised from the bake sale will go towards supporting veterans and their families in the local area. Whether it is practical, emotional or financial assistance, SSAFA Lincolnshire’s network of volunteers are at hand to ensure no veteran’s call goes unanswered.

    Speaking after the event Mark Smith, Caseworker at SSAFA Lincolnshire, Grimsby & Cleethorpes Division, said:

    “This was a fantastic event which gave us a great opportunity to raise awareness about the fantastic work SSAFA do, not just locally but nationally too. And of course, who can resist a bit of cake!”

  • SSAFA GRIMSBY PRESENTED WITH CHEQUE FROM ASTRAL LODGE

    Raising money for Grimsby & Cleethorpes Division

    The Grimsby branch of SSAFA, the Armed Forces charity has been presented with a £230 cheque from Grimsby-based Astral Lodge of Freemasons No. 3841.

    The freemasons of Astral Lodge meet monthly to encourage fellowship and to raise money for local charities. The Grimsby branch of SSAFA was selected by the Lodge’s Master, David Stapleton because of his own experiences of the military and his great admiration for all the work SSAFA do for the Armed Forces community in Grimsby.

    The money raised by Astral Lodge in one of their monthly meetings will go towards supporting veterans and their families in the local area. Whether it is practical, emotional or financial assistance, SSAFA Grimsby’s network of volunteers are at hand to ensure no veteran’s call goes unanswered.

    David Stapleton, The Lodge’s Master at Astral Lodge, said:

    "As a child raised in an Army community, SSAFA were always there to provide guidance and support for my family. When I later served as a Military Policeman, they were still there, engaged with soldiers and their families, doing great work. Many Freemasons come from a similar background, and we all appreciate the charitable and compassionate work they continue to do".

    Mark Trainor, Honorary Divisional Secretary at SSAFA Grimsby, said:

    “We are honoured to have been selected as one of Astral Lodge’s charity drives and extremely thankful for the donations. The money raised will go a long way in helping us to support the military community in Grimsby.”

Events

SSAFA Lincolnshire will be attending this event so please come along and show your support

Armed Forces Day Cleethorpes 28 June 2019

SSAFA Lincolnshire will be attending this event, Friday, 28 June - Sunday, 30 June

North Thoresby 1940's Event 25 August 2019

SSAFA Lincolnshire will be attending this event, Sunday 25 & Monday 26 August

The North Thoresby 1940s Event happens every year on the Sunday and Monday of the August Bank Holiday weekend. Upwards of 5,000 people visit the event each year. Military and civilian re-enactors intermingle with visitors. Enjoy the sounds of the 1940's and swing dancing in the village square. Take a trip on a vintage bus, horse and trap and steam train. Browse the many vintage and craft stalls and take a break in the village NAAFI. An evening theme dance will take place on the Saturday and there will be a 'Great British Quiz' on the Sunday evening

Lincolnshire Wolds Railway 1940’s 31 August 2019

SSAFA Lincolnshire will be attending this event, 1000 -1600, Sat 31 Aug - Sun 1 September

A journey back in time with 40’s music, song and dance, military vehicles and much more! Address: Ludborough Station, Station Road, Ludborough, Lincolnshire, DN36 5SH

AWARENESS DAY 6 December 2019

We will be holding an awareness & fundraising day on Friday 6th & Saturday 7th December.

Tesco Extra, Hewitt's Circus, Cleethorpes