Pensioners' Lunch Club for those who live alone and would like to meet some new friends. This is held on the 4th Tuesday of the month (except for July and August)
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At Meet Monday everyone is valued and supported, especially people with learning disabilities and autism. • Make friends• Have fun• Music• Drama• Christian worship• Share news• Prayer• Craft• Learn about God’s love New people are always welcome.
A weekly drop-in session designed to provide support for people living with dementia and their loved ones. Join the group each week to enjoy a piece of delicious homemade cake with a hot drink. Take time out of your busy day to relax and chat…
Come along and join Hayley and the St Mary's Church Choir, assisted by choir leader Viv Drice. All are welcome and refreshments will be provided.
Monthly Men's Breakfast on the first Saturday of every month. All men are welcome. If you would like to join this breakfast group (young or old) then email and you'll be added to the shopping list for sausages. Visit the website for further information regarding current groups…
For further information contact Greg Smith.
Led by the people who use it who decide how their service is run and what activities they do. Some of the activities which members have taken part in include yoga, rugby, climbing, zumba, tennis, cooking, drama and crafts, as well as getting out and…
Offering support to anyone who is experiencing mental health issues in Newbury, Thatcham and surrounding areas. Lockdown Latest! Eight Bells for Mental Health will remain open every Monday and Thursday throughout Lockdown subject to any further Government announcements. The latest regulations state that we are allowed…
Guidance for parents and carers on supporting children and young people's mental health and wellbeing Children's guide to Coronavirus produced by the Children's Commissioner Mencap have produced an easy read leaflet. West Berkshire Mencap have set up a helpline to provide advice 01635 41464 Mon to…
Chair massages are carried out on-site in specially designed portable massage chairs, and address the areas where most people experience stress, tension and strain in the workplace - back, shoulders, arms, hands neck and head (and can be customised to individual's requirements).
Seated chair exercises help keep joints flexible, improving a person’s range of motion and mobility. They also strengthen and stabilise muscles, resulting in improved balance, which is key for preventing falls and injuries. You can expect the same benefits from seated exercise that you would…
The Monday club runs weekly.
This is a day centre for people without care needs. The emphasis of the group is on social interaction, friendship and a mutually agreed programme of events that is of interest to everyone. Attendees design their own programme of events, which can include speakers, demonstrations,…
A friendly club open to anyone who is retired or not working, generally 50 years upwards. The club also have entertainment, speakers or an activity each month.
An active group of ladies who host an annual County Luncheon with other branches in Berkshire, an xmas party, summer garden party, afternoon tea and Conferences etc.
Come along and join in this social event (Affiliated to Age Concern Mortimer & Burghfield)
Free drop in For more information, please contact the library.
Drop in and bring any craft with you. For more information, please contact the library.
All abilities welcome Having access to a wide range of leisure activities and facilities is important for everyone. No Limits will help the people they support enrich their social and life skills, as well as promoting a healthy lifestyle.
Provides therapies, information and practical and emotional support for people with multiple sclerosis, their carers and families in Berkshire and surrounding area. Working closely with the NHS and other Healthcare Professionals the group provide long-term, individual support.