Trafford Veterans was formed in 2015 by two veterans from HM Armed Forces and Emergency Services. In the beginning, we attended local community events, to raise awareness and also visited groups to give short presentations on who we are and how we could help individuals within Trafford.

Our first event took place in December 2016 when we held our very first Veterans Breakfast at The John Alker in Flixton. The event was a huge success and people travelled from various places to show their support for our new venture. From then on, it was decided that we would hold a Veterans Breakfast on a monthly basis on the third Saturday of the month.

As time has gone by, we have gone from strength to strength.  We have formed new activity groups and encouraged people to share their hobbies and skills. 

At the moment alongside our veterans breakfast we have the following activities / groups.

Veterans Breakfast

3rd Saturday of the month

10am - 12pm

The John Alker Club

Flixton Road, Urmston, M41 6QY

Model Making and Craft Club

Monday 7pm - 9pm

St Matthews Hall, Chapel Lane, Stretford, M32 9AJ

Price £2.00

Walking Football

in partnership with Altrincham Football Club

Tuesday 7.30pm - 8.30pm

Broomwood Community Wellbeing Centre

Mainwood Road, Timperley, WA15 7JU

Price £2.00

Trafford Veterans Drop In

1st Friday of every month 7pm - 9pm

Tesco Extra, Community Room,

Manor Road, Altrincham, WA15 9QT

Coffee and Foodshare Morning

Friday 10am - 12pm

Partington Community Centre

Central Road, Partington, M31 4EY

Price £3.00

Community Allotment

Sunday 1pm - 3pm

Warslow Drive,  Sale, M33 2XN

Please see individual pages for

further information on the above clubs

The reason this Community Group has been set up is to because all the volunteers involved, know all to well how difficult it can be to adjust back into civilian life.  We want to be able to help other veterans find the transition a little bit easier, by providing them a social place to go and to allow them to socialise and interact with other individuals, who are feeling or have felt the same in the past.

 

For us to continue delivering the services we do and to build on new services in the future, we need to continue being supported in the way that we already are by the wonderful individuals and organisations who have helped us to get to where we are now. If there is anyone who you feel may benefit by attending some of our events then please feel free to get in touch with us through our website or social media accounts.