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Members are asked to be SEATED by 6:50pm Visitors are welcome. The club is affiliated to the EBU and master points are issued.   Information sourced from the Bridge Club website.
Meetings normally take place on the 4th Wednesday of the month. Visit the website for further information plus an online tour of the Hungerford Virtual Museum website.
Group takes place the 3rd Saturday of the month - please contact the Library for more information.
Come along to the friendly and creative art sessions at Hungerford Library. Do you enjoy painting or drawing? Would you like to meet with like-minded people to share and learn? Unearth your creative side at the Hungerford Library Art Group.
Come to this friendly Craft and Chat session at Hungerford Library. Bring your knitting, sewing or any craft to the sessions. This friendly group meets every Friday, just drop in for a relaxing ‘craft and chat’ time over a lovely cuppa. Free drop in.  For more information please…
Local Dyslexia Specialist, Jacqui Flisher is holding regular monthly help and advice sessions for anyone concerned about Dyslexia, Dyscalculia and Dyspraxia. These sessions are FREE, no appointment necessary For more information please contact the library.
Are you interested in gardening or looking for a new hobby? Come and join our Gardening Club to share ideas. For more information please contact the library.
The Hungerford Resource Centre (HRC) offers excellent facilities with a calm atmosphere and highly trained, experienced and caring staff. It's open five days a week from Monday to Friday and can support up to 20 people per day.  The Centre provides services and occupational activities for adults with learning disabilities, physical…
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A communal meeting place for the 'less mobile’ people living in Hungerford and its surrounding areas. A warm and friendly Club with a membership of around 120, the club gives relief and support to those for whom growing older has coincided with varying degrees of disability.…
Interakt was created by Director Tsippy McAuliffe in Autumn 2011 and supports learning disabled youngsters and adults with physical/sensory challenges to develop skills and maintain their sense of identity and purpose through positive activities.  Interakt offers drama, art, music, keep fit, dance, filming, independent living…
Every Monday at Sun Street Centre, Reading RG1 3JX (Large car park at rear) ALL WELCOME 
KartForce is a team of Serving and ex-Serving injured troops that race in karting events around the country and abroad. The drivers were all wounded during their service but that hasn’t stopped them jumping back into the saddle and the adrenaline filled world of motorsport…
Keep Fit is about having fun and that's exactly what we do.  It's no good thinking this is too hard or too boring, at Interakt we have taken advice from our participants and created a series of games and exciting opportunities for each participant to…
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