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    Health & Fitness

    The Bridge benefits from having an array of amenities for resident and occupier use. And the large freshwater lakes make the location an ideal place for regular sporting events which take place throughout spring and summer including, triathlons, aquathlons, the Big South East Swim and The Bridge 10k.

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    Running Club

    We have a community organised Running Club which takes place every Tuesday and is aimed at all ages and all abilities. Our greenways provide the perfect pathways for running/jogging/walking away from traffic. To enquire about joining our Running Club, please email John who will be happy to provide you with more information: john@bridgetriathlon.co.uk

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    Active at Work

    In partnership with KentSport.org, we have introduced Active at Work activities to keep everyone active and moving. From cycling to work days and community football matches, there’s something for all fitness levels and abilities to enjoy. Everyday Active is a campaign to get ‘more people, more active, more often’ across Kent and Medway, so if you, your friends, family or colleagues are looking to start moving more in everyday life, the Everyday Active website is a great place to start. The website offers you the chance to explore activities, read inspiring stories, learn from informative blogs and discover what’s going on in your local communities

    You can also create your own ‘My Everyday’ account. It only takes a minute to sign-up and you’ll be able to access your everyday plan and personalised settings on all your devices.

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    Bridge Triathlon

    The popular Triathlon events take place throughout the year. There are race options for all abilities and children and the course is a mixture of swimming, running and cycling. For more info on future events, check out our Events section here [Link to Events section of website] or visit their website for more information bridgetriathlon.co.uk.

Sculpture Trail

Reflecting the ethos of The Bridge, local artist William Jordan has created a unique sculpture trail across the site. Made primarily from recycled and reclaimed materials, the sculpture trail offers a unique and fun new perspective on innovation and sustainability. Perhaps our most famous sculpture is 'Mermaid' erected in 2011. Standing at 30ft tall in the lake, the Mermaid is made out of metal which is 80% recycled and represents balance within the natural world.

Have you completed the sculpture trail? See our map below to see the sculpture locations.



Joyce Green

In Victorian times, The Bridge site was called the Joyce Green hospital, and was used as an isolation hospital that provided care for smallpox victims and for soldiers injured in WWI.

After 1930, control of the hospital moved to London County Council. And at the start of WWII it became a general hospital providing essential care to wounded soldiers.

In 1948, Joyce Green joined the newly inaugurated NHS and continued as a hospital until September 2000, when the buildings were demolished and plans started for an ambitious regeneration project.

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