Operation Gratitude

We are recruiting you for Operation Gratitude, to join us in our fight against loneliness. Can you to write a letter or make a card to a veteran to let them know they are not alone in these challenging times?

You could:

Write about your day
Share your Favourite Jokes and stories
Draw a picture of where you live
Draw a picture of a Bomber Crew
Make a VE Day Card
Write about your hobbies

Don’t forget to include your first name and age inside the card so we know who you are! Then pop it in an envelope with another blank, stamped envelope and post it to:

Operation Gratitude

International Bomber Command Centre
Canwick Avenue
Lincoln
LN4 2HQ

If you can’t get to a post box, why not email your work to learning@internationalbcc.co.uk

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