Military Museum visit for Bradbury Gents

Some of the gentlemen from Bradbury House in Braintree spent the afternoon in Maldon at the Military Museum.

This was an opportunity for the male resident’s at Bradbury House to bond and share memories of their time served in the war. The museum was over three floors and displayed all sorts of artifacts, ranging from ancient spears to gas masks. There were displays of uniforms and a large display of firearms which can be seen in the photo. The gentlemen also got to see battlefield medical equipment; learn the personal stories behind the medals on show and read in mate diary accounts of British soldiers. These stories provided a topic of conversation and stirred up memories of their own time served in the war.

All artifacts are one man’s collection that he has shared with the public!

The afternoon was a great success and it was a great opportunity for the guys to rekindle their friendships.

Bradbury House provides residential care in a 17th Century converted building for up to 20 elderly people.

If you would like to find out more about life at Bradbury House and the care we offer, or to request a meeting with our Home Manager, please contact us on 0808 223 5411 or

Bradbury House

Home Manager

Karen Thompson


New Street,

0808 223 5411
View care home

Related news & events at Bradbury House


Keeping our residents safe and well

We’re doing our best to keep life as normal as possible in our homes. Follow us on Facebook to see some of the things we…

Read more

Caring Homes make the finals of the Care Home Awards 2020

The marketing team at Colchester based Caring Homes Group is celebrating after making the finals of the prestigious national Care Home Awards. The team, based…

Read more

Caring Homes Group and Royal College of Nursing sign national learning agreement

Caring Homes Group, as one of the UK’s largest industry leading care home providers, will be working in partnership with the Royal College of Nursing…

Read more