LiVeS Project by Littlehampton & Bognor Regis Armed Forces & Veterans Breakfast Club

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Littlehampton Breakfast club/ LiVeS drop in – Every Wednesday & Saturday 1000 – 1200

Invited Charities attend as a formal drop-in session on the last Wednesday of every Month.

Bognor Regis Breakfast Club – Every Tuesday 0930 – 1130, Every Sunday 1000 – 1200



The Old Corn Store Bar & Bistro,

72 High Street
West Sussex
BN17 5DX

Bognor Regis 

The Waverley, Marine Drive West, Aldwick, Bognor Regis.


Our primary function is to offer the opportunity for veterans and other members of the military family the opportunity to get together for a brew and a chat. Don’t be shy simply turn up introduce yourself to one of the team. let us know your connection to the military family and simply pull up a sandbag. We Offer a bottomless brew that you can make a donation if you can afford to or  if times are tight, simply grab a brew and crack on. we have no formal membership forms but you will be expected to have a connection to the military in a significant way.

Welfare – “Firmis Firmamentum” support without prejudice. In addition to the breakfast and banter we operate theLiVeS project as our welfare arm provided by our armed forces champions (trained by the NHS armed ForcesNetwork) and community connectors project volunteers (advice on health & wellbeing). You can get in touch at anytime or speak to any of the admin team during a club meeting to advise us of a personal welfare need or as an advocate for another veteran/ member of the military family. We make one promise which is to “try and help”, if we are unable to help, we will do our best to signpost to a relevant organisation that can. Our welfare support is available to all members of the military family and not exclusively for club members. We have created links with multiple service charities, and we have forged a trusted relationship with the local authorities working together with their armed forces champions to ensure veterans needs are addressed and any veteran that comes to the attention of the local authority will also be signposted to us for peer-to-peer support. We also are the founding member of The Southern Veterans Hubs WhatsApp group which is an ever-growing informal network of representatives from other veterans’ groups and professionals across the region where we can get advice or assistance at moment’s notice to ensure no one falls between the cracks. “Collaboration not Competition” is central to our ability to get the job done.

Delivery Partners in support

SSAFA, RBL, BLESMA, Blind Veterans, NHS Armed forces Network, Crimsham Veterans Hub. Voluntary Action Arun & Chichester (VAAC).