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British veterans group in France needs help setting up breakfast clubs

The events let veterans and serving members of the British armed forces offer mutual support and make new friends

Breakfast clubs already exist in Brittany and the Aquitaine area Pic: Rawpixel.com / Shutterstock

Armed Forces & Veterans Breakfast Clubs facilitate the meeting of veterans and serving armed forces personnel in a relaxed, safe and social environment to share breakfast and banter, and to combat loneliness. 

There are currently active clubs running in Brittany and the Aquitaine area, but the organisation is looking for volunteers to start new clubs in their local departments.

Global reach

It has more than 420 clubs spanning 14 countries, with approximately 150,000 members worldwide.

More information on the AFVBC is available at afvbc.net.

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