Providing a safe environment where adults who have learning or physical disabilities, or poor mental health, may learn social and practical skills for independent living and take part in training in the form of horticultural therapy. We offer job coaching to encourage and to increase…
Visit the website for more local clubs and activities. Friendship Circle starting at 12.45pm with a lunch consisting of various sandwiches, quiche, sausage roll pasties etc plus home made cakes and tea. This is followed by either a talk, quiz, bingo or competition etc.
Headway Thames Valley supports people with a brain injury and their families and carers. Covering Berkshire, parts of Buckinghamshire and parts of Oxfordshire. The Resource Centre is open four days per week (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday) to people in the Thames Valley area, thus allowing…
For social activities, walks in Prospect Park and Calcot.
Each Heartstart scheme is run by local volunteers. Contact them on the phone number below to find out when and where your nearest session is running
Churches in Reading drop in centre (CIRDIC) is for the homeless in Reading. The Centre offers a wide range of support services to guests: Hot meals Clean clothing and toiletries Bath and shower facilities Provision of a safe postal address Use of a telephone Provision of…
Offering adults with learning disabilities the opportunity to enhance life skills and gain work placements. The programme engages participants in horticultural activities that promote improved health and wellbeing, increased confidence and interpersonal skills. Affinity Trust workshops run Mondays and Wednesdays from 10.00am till 3.00pm, but…
U3A (University of the Third Age) is a UK movement of retired and semi-retired people who come together to continue their educational, social and creative interests in a friendly and informal environment. Are you looking for new interests? Visit the website for a full listing of…
Ever-changing programme of events and activities open to the local community once a month. Call for further information.
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.
Visit the website for a full listing of various events.
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.
Booking essential, please contact the library to book your place.
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.
For non-English speakers to gain confidence. For more information please contact the library.